Who Is at Fault for an On-the-Job-Injury?

Who Is at Fault for an On-the-Job-Injury?

When you are injured at work, you may be wondering how you will be able to move on from the process with the compensation you deserve. As a rule, employers are responsible for ensuring the health and safety of their workers. Oftentimes, these accidents are a result of negligence or misconduct, which is why it is vital the guilty parties are held liable for any injury or damage they may have caused

If negligence is proven to be the cause of the accident, the fault may be placed on the employer. It is the responsibility to remove any present hazards, as they may cause serious injury, or even death. Even if the injury occurs while the employee is travelling away from work, on break, or during training, these injuries may cause the employer to be subject to liability.

As with any legal case, providing a clear-cut answer is not always possible without specific details of your particular situation. While employers are expected to care for their employees’ needs as best as possible, while ensuring the workplace environment is maximally safe and healthy, there are exceptions to the rule. With our free consultation at Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP, you can receive accurate guidance regarding your case.

Contact Our Practiced & Knowledgeable Corpus Christi Personal Injury Lawyers Today

If you or a loved one has been injured while on the job, there is no time to waste in enlisting in the help of a Corpus Christi personal injury attorney who will go above and beyond in fighting for your rights. At Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP, we are particularly dedicated to ensuring our clients are protected as much as possible. Allow us to successfully advocate on your behalf.

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