Warehouse and Factory Worker Injury Attorneys in DuPage County
Bloomingdale Illinois Lawyers for Workers' Comp Claims
Manufacturing is one of the most important industries for the American economy. Factory and warehouse workers play a pivotal role in producing essential goods and bringing them to market. Those who work in this industry are also highly susceptible to injuries and occupational diseases.
If you or a loved one has suffered a warehouse or factory worker injury, you may be eligible for a workers' compensation claim. Proving your injury is work-related is not always easy, however. To ensure you fully understand your rights, it is best to speak with an experienced workers' compensation attorney.
For over 40 years, Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices has represented individuals for warehouse and factory worker injury cases in Chicago and throughout northern Illinois. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling workers' compensation cases and are skilled litigators inside the courtroom and strong negotiators outside of court. We put our experience to work to help our clients recover full compensation for their injuries.
We have been highly recognized by our peers not only for our experience and skill, but also for our client-centered approach. Our lawyers are honest, compassionate, accessible and down to earth. We understand the physical, emotional and financial toll warehouse and factory worker injuries can take on you and your family, and we work hard to make the legal process as smooth and seamless as possible. We offer free consultations, extended evening and weekend hours at four area locations for your convenience, and we provide regular updates on the progress of your case. In addition, all of our personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, so you only pay attorney fees if we win your case.
Common Types of Warehouse and Factory Worker Injuries in Illinois
Because factory and warehouse workers often work with heavy and dangerous objects and equipment, there is a greater chance of suffering a serious injury. Some of the most common include:
- Arm and shoulder injuries;
- Back injuries;
- Knee injuries;
- Lacerations and broken bones; and
- Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).
Occupational illnesses and repetitive stress injuries are also common in the manufacturing industry. These conditions are not the result of one-time accidents, but are developed from ongoing exposure to toxic substances or performing a repetitive task over a period of time. Because these conditions develop over time, it can be more difficult to prove eligibility for a workers' compensation claim. Some workplace incidents are the fault of a third party other than your employer. In third party injury cases, you may be able to pursue damages under personal injury laws. If you have worked the required number of quarters, you may also be eligible for a Social Security Disability claim.When you suffer injury in a warehouse or factory, it is important to know all your legal options. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we understand that every case is unique, and we work closely with each client to explore every potential legal avenue to ensure they are fully compensated. For a free consultation with one of our skilled Illinois warehouse and factory worker injury attorneys, contact our office today at 630-932-9100630-932-9100.