Los Angeles Warehouse Workers Injury Lawyer

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Los Angeles Warehouse Workers Injury Attorney

Warehouse jobs have become more common due to the number of stores and businesses that offer online ordering and delivery. They can be very lucrative jobs with good benefits. Unfortunately, they can also be very dangerous jobs as well.

If you have been injured in an accident at your job in a warehouse, get the legal help you need from the Law Offices of Anthony Choe. Leading our Los Angeles-based firm is attorney Anthony Choe, a highly skilled and compassionate attorney who is dedicated to helping his clients get the compensation they deserve. You have an ally who will work to protect your rights, job and future.

Common Warehouse-Related Injuries

Many warehouse injuries result from falling objects, forklift accidents, lifting objects, machinery malfunction and more. Warehouse workers are at risk of suffering a wide range of injuries in these situations, including:

  • Serious head trauma and traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries and paralysis
  • Broken bones and crushed bones
  • Amputations
  • Burns
  • Severe back and neck injuries

Fatalities can also occur, which may result in the need to file a wrongful death claim.

Workers’ Compensation For On-The-Job Injuries

Workplace injuries typically qualify you for workers’ compensation, which can help cover the cost of medical bills as well as provide income for you while you are out of work, recovering from your injuries. We can help you understand the Los Angeles workers’ compensation process and situations where your employer is responsible.

Talk To A Los Angeles Warehouse Workers Injury Attorney Today

To learn more about how we handle warehouse injuries for injured workers, schedule a free initial consultation at our firm today. Call the office at 213-788-4448 or contact us online.


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