Workplace accidents are often caused by employer negligence. Our Dallas work injury lawyers can help.
If you’ve been hurt on the job, don’t let your employer take advantage of you. You have rights, and we’re happy to explain them to you. Call us for a free consultation at 1-833-720-6090.
Texas is unique when it comes to your rights as an injured worker. Unlike most other states, employers in Texas are not required to provide workers’ compensation to their employees. Many do voluntarily, but some choose to go without this type of insurance plan in order to save money.
Employers who do purchase workers’ compensation insurance for their business do so for one very important reason; it prevents their employees (in most situations) from being able to sue the company for an injury sustained on the job. Companies who choose to go without this type of coverage, on the other hand, may be responsible for compensating you for every penny you lost as a result of your injury.
Not only may they be responsible for paying 100% of your lost wages and medical expenses, they may owe you significant compensation for any reduction in earning capacity, disfigurement, disability or loss of function, etc.
Do not trust your employer to get you the medical care and compensation that you and your family deserve. Call us to learn more about your options, and trust that we will keep the details of your matter private and confidential. For a free consultation with our Dallas work injury lawyers, call Montgomery Law today at (833) 720-6090 or email us any time.
Types of Work Accidents
On-the-job injuries can happen anywhere from the office to the work site. The options available to you may depend on the circumstances of your accident, such as the ones listed below.
- Construction Accidents
- Accidents Involving Machinery
- Hazardous Work Conditions
- Falls or Crush Accidents
- Overexertion or Chronic Pain
- Defective Tools & Equipment
Time Is Not On Your Side
When it comes to a work injury claim, time is of the essence. As each day passes, it may become more-difficult to collect key evidence vital to the success of your case. While your employer may be very accommodating right now, understand that they may not be looking out for your best interests as medical expenses begin piling up — especially if you’re unable to return to work.
We understand that contacting an attorney feels like a big step, but trust that your call will remain confidential. We will not tip off your employer, nor will we pressure you into making any decisions.
Before you sign ANYTHING regarding your work injury, you owe it to yourself to at least discuss your case with an attorney. At Montgomery Law, we never charge for consultations and are happy to answer your questions over the phone or by email, 24 hours a day.