Types of Injuries
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Injured On The Job? You Need A Work Injury Lawyer Who Will Fight For You
No matter the severity of your case, if you have been physically or emotionally injured at work, we can assist you in getting the support you need to take on your employer in El Paso or throughout New Mexico, respectively. At the Law Office of Javier Martinez, Jr., P.C., we know that fighting claims can be time-consuming, complicated, and beyond stressful. Many workers decide to risk their health and well-being when the process becomes too overwhelming for themselves and their families. Our role is to make the process efficient while giving you peace of mind that your health and financial security will be taken care of in the end.
As an employee in Texas or New Mexico, you are entitled to receive fair compensation for the pain and suffering that was a direct result of your accident. Knowing what step to take is as simple as giving our office a call. From the moment we have you on the phone, we will explain the process and answer any initial questions.
“I’ve Been Injured On the Job” — Here’s What To Do Next
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), these are some the requirements for loading docks:
- Contact a work injury lawyer. The law office team at Javier Martinez, Jr., P.C. will guide you in the right direction and ensure the necessary steps to receiving a fair compensation begin as soon as possible. We will also schedule your free initial consultation.
- File a report in writing. Make copies of the report and give one to your employer immediately. The report should include details of the event as well as names of any witnesses or equipment involved. Attempt to include as much detail as possible.
- Find out if your employer has workers’ comp. If you work in El Paso, there’s a high chance your employer does not have workers’ comp given that Texas is one of the states that makes this insurance coverage optional. In New Mexico, most types of employers are required to have workers’ comp.
Since 1999, We’ve Represented Numerous Injured Workers With Varying Conditions
No two people are alike, just as no two injuries are identical. What this means for you as a client is that your situation will be handled with personalized attention. Even if you’re not sure whether you have a case, we can assess your situation and determine if there is sufficient evidence to file a claim.
Types of injuries may include:
- Spinal Cord
- Head and Neck
- Loss of Hearing
- Loss of Vision
- Stress Injuries
- Occupational Illness
- Serious cuts
Get The Answers You Need And The Support You Deserve. We Represent Workers in El Paso and Cities Throughout New Mexico.
If you’ve become injured at your place of work, our law firm can provide you with the initial support you need to begin a path toward recovery and fair compensation. As a work injury lawyer in Texas and New Mexico, we are well-versed in the laws for each state and have the expertise to win your case. Contact us today for more information.