When an employee is injured on the job while performing his or her assigned job duties, he or she is eligible to be compensated for his or her losses through the filing of a workers' compensation claim. In cases involving the negligence of a third party, that employee may also be able to seek damages from that third party via a personal injury lawsuit. Whatever the case, employees that are injured on the job have rights, and the New Jersey-Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys of Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma have the experience, skill, resources, and sheer tenacity to ensure that those rights are preserved.
If an employee was injured in the workplace, and he or she wants to receive the full measure of compensation to which he or she is entitled, contact experts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey work injuries. The attorneys of Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma can evaluate work injury cases, identify any and all acts of negligence on the part of the employer and/or a third party, and advise employees as to the best course of legal action considering the circumstances.
To arrange for an evaluation of a work injury case, regardless of the injury the employee have suffered, please contact Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma, serving all of New Jersey and Pennsylvania today.
Common Injuries Suffered While on the Job
Injuries can occur in nearly any work environment, from inherently dangerous worksite such as construction sites to simple office environments. As long as the injury is debilitating and there is no fraud on the part of the employee, the employee is entitled to workers' compensation. Nevertheless, many employees have difficulty obtaining the compensation to which they are legally entitled, in which case the New Jersey-Pennsylvania workers' compensation attorneys of Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma can intervene.
Regardless of the type of injury, if it has rendered an employee unable to perform his or her job, an attorney can help the injured worker obtain compensation for medical bills and other related expenses. Typical work injuries include:
- Burns from chemicals or flames
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome
- Bone breaks and fractures
- Wrongful death
Whatever injury an employee has suffered, personal injury attorneys will work to show that the worker is deserving of compensation. The attorneys of Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma will work with medical experts if necessary and use all of the resources at their disposal to perform a thorough investigation and reconstruction of the accident.
If a member of the family was killed in an on-the-job accident, an attorney can discuss the possibility of filing a wrongful death lawsuit on the victim's behalf. The victim's family may be entitled not only to current losses and expenses they are facing, but also to projectable future losses and expenses.
Contact a Personal Injury Law Firm
For further information about work injuries, workers' compensation, or other matters related to a work injury case, please contact the New Jersey and Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers of Winegar, Wilhelm, Glynn & Roemersma today. They would be pleased to evaluate work injury cases and advise employees of their legal rights and options.