How To Get Compensation After An Industrial Accident

Industrial work sites are full of hazards. Heavy equipment and powerful tools pose a constant danger. Extreme heat and toxic substances are also concerns.

Employers and supervisors at these work sites have a responsibility to make safety a priority. This means conducting training, enforcing safety protocols, providing protective gear and taking other measures to reduce the risk of accidents. Employers and workers alike must take care to follow federal health and safety regulations.

Nonetheless, accidents still happen. Workers can end up suffering serious or fatal injuries from:

  • Explosions
  • Fires
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals
  • Forklift accidents
  • Machinery accidents
  • Electrical shocks

Understanding Your Rights

After a devastating industrial accident, you may have a right to benefits through workers' compensation. You could also have a personal injury claim against any negligent third parties.

Getting the financial recovery you deserve can be complicated. Don't rely on your employer — or their insurance company — to look out for you. Instead, let us help.

We're Here For You

At Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates, a Boston-based personal injury firm, we're here when you need us the most. Our attorneys can help you pursue a full financial recovery through workers' compensation, a personal injury lawsuit or both. If you tragically lost a loved one in an industrial accident, we can help you pursue death benefits and a wrongful death claim, if warranted. We'll provide you with a free case assessment to evaluate your options — with no obligation.

Our team has extensive experience representing injured workers and their families across Massachusetts. We also offer a significant advantage you won't find at many other firms: We have doctors and nurses on staff. This means we can quickly and thoroughly analyze the medical issues that play such an important role in your legal claims.

Learn More — Free Consultation

Find out what legal rights and options you may have following an industrial accident. Call 800-LAWYERS or send us an email to discuss your situation.