OSHA protects workers from workplace injuries

| Mar 5, 2017 | Workers' Compensation

In the United States of America, including Montana, employees have the right to work in an environment where all necessary precautions are taken to ensure a worker’s safety. This holds true for any line of work, whether you are in a warehouse, out in the field on a construction site or working at an oil field.

If you are injured at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation for your injuries. This may include all medical expenses and rehabilitation costs as well. The process of filing for this type of assistance, however, can be complicated. It’s very important to fully understand each step of the application and what kinds of information you need to make your case as solid as possible. It is important to address such situations as soon as possible, and you may want to speak with a law firm familiar with personal injury for advice.

Our firm was founded 30 years ago in 1987. Since then we have worked tirelessly protecting the rights of all accident victims, whether it was a car or truck accident, a workplace accident, or an injury, death or illness due to medical malpractice. To date, we have recovered over $100 million dollars for our victims throughout the state of Montana.

We understand the pain and difficulties a client who has been injured is going through. Our goal is to focus on your case so you can recover. If you believe that you may be entitled to compensation for your injury, there is no risk in reaching out to see how we can help you.

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