Industrial accidents can leave a worker unable to work and seriously injured. In order to maintain your life after being involved in an industrial accident, it is possible to seek workers' compensation benefits or third-party compensation for the injuries you have suffered.
Our lawyers at The Donahey Law Firm have years of experience handling a wide range of industrial accidents for clients in Columbus and throughout the state. We are committed to standing up for workers who are suffering the effects of their work injury. Contact our office today to further discuss your options.
We represent clients who have sustained a wide range of injuries in many different types of accidents, including (but not limited to):
- Falling objects
- Severe lacerations
- Bruises and abrasions
Explosions in an industrial setting are not uncommon. Our firm handles cases where injuries such as burns have resulted from an explosion and/or fire at work.
In many industrial settings, chemicals are used on a regular basis. Workers are mostly protected from exposure to these chemicals, some of which may be harmful to one's health. Unfortunately, accidents can occur, leaving industrial workers injured due to exposure and possible direct bodily contact with the chemical.
Though it is uncommon, there have been cases where an individual has had a finger, arm or other body part amputated after getting caught in a piece of industrial equipment. Our lawyers are sensitive to these types of cases and are aggressive in their defense of the rights of clients who have suffered an amputation.
Industrial accident cases are handled on a "contingent fee" basis. This means that our firm does not get paid until we are successful in recovering financial compensation on your behalf.
If you are injured at work in an industrial accident, please contact us by e-mail or call us anytime, toll free at 1-866-918-5886. An industrial accident lawyer at one of our branch offices can meet with you for a free consultation and discuss your options.