HAVE YOU SUFFERED A WORKPLACE INJURY?
Workers every day across the nation suffer on-the-job injuries—injuries that may lead to lost income, disability, permanent brain damage, or other serious ailments. Suffering a serious workplace injury can be devastating as injured workers are often faced with physical and financial difficulties, rising medical bills, and an inability to return to work.
Although the thought of facing an uphill battle against a large company or third parties can be discouraging, an attorney can guide you through the legal process and help you get the damages you deserve.
Experience With Complex Workplace Injury Claims
The attorneys at Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers have extensive experience handling cases involving workplace injuries—including maritime/Jones Act injuries, FELA/railroad injuries, construction site injuries, and injuries resulting from oil and gas refinery explosions.
An injury caused by a workplace accident permits you to recover from your employer under certain circumstances. In addition, you may be able to seek compensation from negligent third parties, including worksite owners or other contractors and subcontractors.
Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has obtained numerous favorable verdicts, awards, and settlements for those suffering from workplace injuries. We will help you determine the appropriate legal steps to take and help you get the compensation you deserve. Based on your claim, you may be able to recover for past and future loss of income and earning capacity, physical impairment and disfigurement, past and future medical bills, and any mental anguish and pain you may be suffering from.
Contact a Workplace Injury Attorney Today
If you have suffered a serious workplace injury as a result of a third party’s negligence, please contact Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers today for help with your claim. Allow us to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Maritime Jones Act Injuries
FELA Compensating Railroad Accident Victims
Construction Site Victims
Oil & Gas Refinery Explosions
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