San Bernardino Lawyer For Injured Warehouse Workers
At the Law Offices of Antony E. Gluck, PC, we help injured warehouse workers maximize their workers’ compensation benefits. If you were injured while working in a warehouse in Southern California, we can help you understand the workers’ compensation process, explain your full range of options, and fight to help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you need and deserve.
What Are The Common Causes Of Warehouse Accident Injuries?
Making a warehouse safe for workers requires proper safety training and equipment maintenance. But even if all the safety rules are followed, warehouse workers face significant risk of injury every day. These are some of the most common causes of warehouse work injuries:
- Forklift accidents
- Loading dock accidents
- Overexertion while lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling or carrying
- Being hit by falling loads or shifting inventory
- Contact with lift trucks or other industrial equipments
- Slips, trips or falls on wet surfaces, pallets, debris, empty containers or uneven surfaces
- Truck accidents
We have the knowledge, skills and resources to help you get appropriate medical care for your specific injury.
Workers’ Compensation Is A No-Fault System
To get the workers’ compensation benefits you need, you don’t have to prove that the warehouse where you work was unsafe or that a co-worker caused your injury. In fact, you could be at fault for the accident, and you would still have a right to workers’ compensation as long as your injury is job-related.
However, it’s best not to try to navigate the workers’ compensation system alone. You should have an experienced workers’ compensation attorney on your side throughout the entire process. At the Law Offices of Antony E. Gluck, PC, we have more than 20 years of experience in these matters. We can help you maximize your workers’ compensation benefits while you focus on your health and family.
Get Your Free Consultation
For a free consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer, call 877-382-2113 or contact us online. With offices in San Bernardino, we advise and represent injured workers throughout Los Angeles, the South Bay, the Inland Empire and all of the Southern California.