Should I Speak to an Attorney If I Am a Victim of Assault at Work?

Workplace injuries can be difficult to manage for victims, because while bills for rehabilitation and therapy need to be paid immediately, victims often need time to figure out the workers’ compensation and benefits process, which is complex. attorney-review-workers-comp-construction-case

If you are ever involved in a job-place accident and are left with personal injuries, contact our Nashville injury lawyer, who can investigate your case and make sure you receive the benefits you are entitled to.

Sadly, most workplace accidents are the result of violence, fires and explosions, transportation mishaps and slip and falls—most of these issues are avoidable, as there are safety protocols in work environments that often go un-followed.

Unfortunately, acts of violence led to the injury of two Woodland Hills Youth Development Center guards in Nashville on September 1. According to WSMV-TV, the employees were injured when a fight between teen residents erupted at the facility.

The network reported that 33 teens managed to escape the facility during a riot that saw one worker sustain a head injury, and another sustain neck and back injuries.

Who Should I Talk to About a Workplace Accident?

You should not have to suffer because of a workplace accident—your safety should be a focal point and priority for your employer.

Our attorney works tirelessly to secure benefits for employees who are injured on the job, and can investigate a potential lawsuit for lost wages and benefits, emotional distress, medical bills and pain and suffering for victims.

Give the Law Office of Stanley A. Davis a call today. You can also review our services on Yelp or leave us a message on Facebook.

“Who knoweth not in all these that the hand of the LORD hath wrought this?” – Job 12:9

Davis’ Words of Wisdom: Between 2003 and 2012, there were more than 150,000 workplace injuries linked to violence reported in the U.S.

Source: http://www.wsmv.com/story/26438958/dcs-official-guards-were-injured-in-inmate-escape