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OSHA Violation Accidents

Required by law, employers need to enforce stringent regulations of safety and health to make certain there is safety within the workplace.

These necessary processes of safety may result in productivity slower or extra measures required to fulfill a task.

Several employers may decide to neglect safety regulations, or remove devices of safety, to place the safety and lives of workers at stake, to boost productivity.

Neglecting or removing safety procedures not only can result in missing work, and receiving costly medical care, but can cause you to become permanently disabled.

OSHA, or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, within the U.S. Department of Labor, is a unit to make certain employees have healthy and safe workplaces.

Employers, under OSHA, must offer a work setting free from health and safety hazards, to inform OSHA rights to employees, to offer required safety training, and offer access to records of medical exposure.

If you’ve sustained injuries in one of the OSHA violation accidents, due to negligence of safety regulation by an employer, you may be entitled to worker’s compensation.

A safety violations attorney can act promptly to pursue an OSHA investigation, and preserve evidence regarding safety violation.

Pursuing Compensation for Workplace Injury

Safety regulations exist to prevent sustained injury in the workplace.

Employees work diligently for employers and place their safety and health at stake.

If you have sustained injuries as a result of violation by your employer of safety regulations, you may be entitled to financial compensation that goes beyond worker’s compensation:

Violation of specific safety requirement occurs when an employee becomes injured because of employer’s violation of safety requirements; the individual may have the ability to acquire additional recompense above-and-beyond allowances from worker’s compensation.

If your employer removed a switch or safety guard deliberately, and you have sustained injuries, you can bring against the employer a claim for intentional tort.

From intentional torts, you may be able to receive for your injury vast amounts of compensation.

If you have sustained injuries because of safety regulations violated by the employer, contact an attorney immediately to receive the compensation entitled to you.

You may have lost a family member caused by one of the work-related OSHA violation accidents. Granted no amount of recompense can alleviate any sense of loss.

Your primary concern may not be securing financial compensation. However, a reputable attorney believes it is his or her objective to secure the benefits to assist you in pursuing recompense within this troubling time duration.

In cases where OSHA violation accidents resulted in or contributed to loss of life, justice exists to ensure that loved ones and family members of the deceased are cared for while they make life adjustments in bereavement.

In the pursuit of a wrongful death claim, a dependent can receive compensation for the following: loss of subsequent income; burial expenses; pensions, retirement, or benefits; medical bill costs related to the deadly condition or injury; and personal factors regarding suffering and pain, and loss of companionship.

Contact us for a free consultation or call Anzalone Law Firm PLLC, at: 603.548.3797.

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