Workers Compensation Cases & Injuries
According to the National Safety Council, every 7 seconds a worker is injured on the job and preventable workplace deaths totaled 4,113 in 2020. The most common forms of workplace injuries are sprains/tears, cuts/lacerations, and slips/falls. Workplace injuries can result in lost wages along with expensive medical bills. If you or a loved one has been impacted by a workplace injury, you could be eligible for compensation and damages relating to your injury.
Our legal team of experienced attorneys at Walton Law Firm have handled a wide variety of workers’ compensation cases over the years.
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Workers Compensation Law In Alabama
Workers Compensation claims differ greatly compared to typical personal injury cases as there is no need to prove negligence on the part of your employer, rather all that is needed is proof that the injuries were caused from a workplace incident.
We recognize that these types of claims bring about stress and uncertainty regarding medical bills, employment, and lost wages. In the state of Alabama, any form of employer retaliation against an employee who has filed a valid workers’ compensation claim is prohibited. This means that you shouldn’t fear job loss due to filing a claim against your employer. Keep in mind that each case is different and presents its own unique challenges.
If you are facing any kind of worker’s compensation situation, our experienced team is willing and ready to help you recover.