Manufacturing And Industrial Accidents

Positions in manufacturing or industrial plans require that employees are highly skilled in their area of work. There's a lot that goes into these jobs, and everyday factory workers contribute to the success of their companies. So you'd assume that employers would protect the best interests of these hard workers if one of them was injured on the job. After all, employers must have insurance/benefit plans to address workplace injuries. So after an accident, an injured factory worker should have nothing to worry about, right? Unfortunately this is not always the case.

Many injured workers face resistance and push back when they file an injury claim with their employer. In many cases, it is simply about companies putting profits ahead of people. That is why every injured worker should have a legal advocate on his or her side.

Your Employer Isn't Looking Out For You. But We Will.

When your employer doesn't put your best interests first, the attorney at Davie, Valdez & McElroy, P.C., will. We have worked in workplace injury law for a long time — on both sides of the claims in fact. This is one of the many benefits to working with our law firm. We know the tactics and strategies the defense may try, and we will use that knowledge to your advantage.

Our manufacturing and industrial accident lawyers handle accidents occurring at the plastic injection molding plant, the foam factory, foundries, refineries and any other type of industrial workplace. Cases we take include those involving:

  • Burns
  • Lifting injuries
  • Amputations
  • Broken bones
  • Falls
  • Explosions
  • Machine accidents
  • Tool accidents
  • Equipment accidents

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If you were injured while at a manufacturing or industrial plant, contact our Texas law firm today at 915-838-1100. We handle workplace injury claims in El Paso, Las Cruces, Silver City, Navaho, Farmington, and all the surrounding areas.

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