There are few things worse than sustaining an injury on the job. Not only does such an injury physically harm a person, but it also can prevent them from returning to work and collecting a paycheck. Unfortunately, this can be a very concerning experience for the injured person and his or her family. That being said, if you’ve been injured on the job, you should consider speaking with a knowledgeable Prince George’s County work injury lawyer who can fight for your rightful compensation. Contact McCarthy. Winkelman & Mester, LLP today to learn more about how our competent legal team can assist you.
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As you may know, you do not have to be in the construction business to sustain an injury on the job; work-related injuries can occur in just about any profession. That being said, construction sites are where most work injuries occur, and if you are an injured construction worker, you can depend on an experienced Prince George’s County construction accident lawyer right here at McCarthy, Winkelman, Mester & Offutt, L.L.P. to fight for the compensation you deserve and need to heal.
Types of Workplace Injuries
Of course, certain professions are more likely to produce certain injuries. For example, chemical burns, electrocutions, injuries caused by defective machinery, and more, are all more likely to occur on construction sites. That being said, various injuries can occur in any work environment, including the following:
- Broken bones
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Hearing loss
- Slip or trip and fall injuries
- Muscle strains
Workers’ Compensation Vs. Third-Party Claims
If you are injured on the job, in most cases, you will seek workers’ compensation benefits. Essentially, when we file a workers’ compensation claim, we are seeking to obtain compensation from your employer’s insurance company to help cover the cost of your medical bills, a portion of your lost wages, and more. That being said, at times, workers’ compensation benefits will not cover the cost of a work-related injury. In this case, our firm can file a third-party claim. This is a personal injury claim filed against a liable third party that is not your employer, such as an equipment manufacturer, a property owner, or otherwise.
Contact a Prince George’s County Work Injury Lawyer
If you’ve been hurt on the job, you need a competent legal team on your side. Our firm has decades of experience handling work injury claims, and we are here to harness that experience to fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact McCarthy, Winkelman, Mester & Offutt, L.L.P. to schedule your initial consultation with our competent legal team.