Manufacturing Accidents

Manufacturing and industrial workers are often exposed to hazardous materials, dangerous conditions and heavy equipment as part of their job description. This type of environment combined with strenuous activity makes manufacturing accidents more likely.

When manufacturing or industrial workers are injured, they are often unable to do their job for a short or prolonged period of time. Fortunately, workers' compensation benefits are available to these kinds of workers. If you or someone you know has been injured in a manufacturing accident in North Carolina, the attorneys at The Law Firm of Ledbetter & Titsworth, P.A., want to help you recover.

How To Handle A Workplace Injury

Our team takes the time to know your case on a personal level. We have experience representing manufacturing workers injured due to the following:

  • Electrical and plumbing accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Industrial equipment accidents
  • Production and assembly line accidents
  • Falling debris
  • Crane, bulldozer, forklift and other vehicle accidents
  • Hazardous material exposure
  • Occupational disease

The first thing that you should do if you have been involved in a manufacturing accident is to seek out immediate medical treatment. From there, report your injuries to your employer and then consult a lawyer about how to proceed.

Choose Lawyers With Experience

While everyone injured at work can seek workers' comp benefits, the process is not always straightforward and claims can be denied. We have the experience to vouch for your rights to full compensation, as well as appeal any denied claims.

For a free consultation, please reach us at 919-297-2372 or via email. We serve the areas surrounding Cary, Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.