Workers’ Compensation in the Manufacturing Industry

Workers’ Compensation in the Manufacturing Industry

Worker’s compensation covers anybody who is hurt on the job such as working at a factory, working with a printing press, working in any type of heavy industry
where you’re doing heavy lifting, repetitive motions, and other types of
job duties which can cause your injuries. Every insurance company wants to
save as much money as possible. They’re going to lowball
the injured worker, they’re going to deny and delay
medical treatment, and they’re going to try and force you
to give up as soon as you possibly can. Most injured workers — when they come
to my office seeking help — have been going through the process
on their own far too long and have become frustrated
with the insurance company and how they’ve been treated. When you’re injured on the job
for a manufacturing company, some of those injuries can be quite severe and you need to receive immediate
medical treatment and immediate benefits. Another issue that comes up
in manufacturing jobs is the repetitive motion of packing boxes,
of working on an assembly line, and over time, you may realize that your
body is breaking down and having an injury, but you didn’t realize that at the time. This is one of the reasons
why you need to speak with a worker’s
compensation attorney, such as my office,
as soon as possible. At this point in time, I have over ten years of experience
in the worker’s compensation field, and I’ve helped hundreds
if not thousands of injured workers. Prior to becoming a worker’s
compensation attorney, I worked for insurance companies
doing defense work for them, understanding and learning their tricks
of how they want to minimize the benefits that are paid to an injured worker. With that experience,
it sets me apart as I understand what the
insurance company’s trying to do and I know the ways
to move around these cases to gain the best possible result
for an injured worker.

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