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Workplace injuries could occur when working with robotic machines

Machinery plays an important part in many industries. These days, California residents may work with machines that they would never have imagined even just a few years ago. In fact, robotic equipment is becoming more common in various industries, and while it can be useful, it can also put individuals at risk for workplace injuries.

California family may need workers' compensation after fatality

Any person's line of work could put him or her at risk for injuries. In some cases, those injuries can be severe when an accident takes place on the job, especially when machinery or equipment is involved. Unfortunately, not everyone survives work-related injuries, and families can be left struggling. In some cases, workers' compensation could help.

Workers' comp often needed after construction accidents

Though most people have a plan for their day, predicting what exactly will happen is essentially impossible. Some days, a pleasant surprise may occur, and on other days, a harrowing and unexpected event could take place. For individuals who work in the construction industry, the possibility of a normal day turning shocking due to construction accidents is always present.

Construction accidents can easily lead to traumatic injuries

Construction sites are almost always a flurry of activity. Workers may be on the ground carrying materials or building parts of a structure, and others may be working at height to carry out other necessary duties. Of course, these sites typically have various machines, equipment and vehicles to help complete the projects. Unfortunately, construction accidents can often take place in the middle of all this activity.

Workplace injuries affecting the eyes can cause major setbacks

Eyesight can differ from person to person. Some California residents may need glasses while others have perfect vision. Others may have never had eyesight or lost their vision over time. While living with limited or no eyesight is certainly possible, it can be a substantial adjustment for someone who suffers workplace injuries that affect their eyes.

Case Results

  1. $4.5 Million Settlement

    Medical Malpractice - Hypoxic brain injury during surgery.

  2. $2.9 Million Settlement

    Construction site accident resulting in cervical fusion

  3. 100% Permanent Disability Award

    Workers Compensation - Multiple injuries to State worker

  4. $1.6 Million Settlement

    Truck v. pedestrian accident resulting in multiple factures.

  5. $1.2 Million Structure Settlement

    Workers Compensation - spine injury with guaranteed payments for life.

  6. $1.2 Million Settlement

    Motorcycle v. car accident resulting in multiple fractures and scarring.

  7. $933,000.00 Settlement

    Child burned when table collapsed spilling scalding water from coffee um.

  8. $850,000.00 Settlement (Before MICRA)

    Medical Malpractice - Endotracheal injury during surgery resulting in death.

  9. $780,000.00 Settlement

    Disputed liability car v. truck collision.

  10. $500,000.00 Settlement

    Workers Compensation - Spinal injuries to delivery driver.

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