Boxes and materials are stacked high in a warehouse. Warehouse worker injuries can be caused by falling materials, forklift problems, delivery truck problems and other accidents. It takes just a moment's inattention or a slight change to a stack of materials to cause a dangerous accident.
You should know that no matter how the accident happened, if you work in a warehouse and have been injured on the job, you do not have to prove fault. You are entitled to the medical and wage benefits of workers' compensation no matter how the accident happened. If anyone tells you differently, talk to an experienced workers' compensation attorney.
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Your employer or an insurance carrier may try to claim that your injury was your own fault, or that your injury is not serious and does not require medical treatment. You need to know your rights — and the best way to do that is to call the Eley Law Firm in Denver. For more than 30 years, we have protected the rights of injured workers.
- Workers' compensation is no-fault insurance. That means that if you were injured at work, fault does not matter. You are entitled to workers' compensation no matter who or what caused the accident.
- In a warehouse, boxes and materials are often stacked high. When an object falls and hits a warehouse worker, that can cause serious back injuries and neck injuries.
- Forklifts and their loads are carefully balanced, if a forklift turns over, the driver and anyone nearby can be seriously injured.
- The dock area of a warehouse is busy and often dangerous as trucks are loaded and unloaded and merchandise is moved in and out of the area.
- Lifting, turning, pushing and pulling can cause knee injuries and back injuries to a warehouse worker.
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If you were injured in a warehouse accident, even if your injuries are not immediately obvious, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Call our office in Denver at 866-371-3322 or 720-644-8759 for a free case evaluation. You may also fill out the email form on the Contact page, and a representative from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
We look forward to hearing from you and working with you on your case.