Accidents on the Job
If you’ve suffered injury or loss due to an accident on the job, contact the personal injury lawyers at Kenney & Conley for experienced legal advice that will help you earn the compensation that you deserve. Our attorneys carefully examine the facts relating to your workplace injury claim, and make sure that you understand your rights and options for compensation. In the tragic event of a fatal accident on the job, our workplace injury attorneys also represent the surviving families of persons killed in accidents on the job. All consultations are free, and you owe no attorney’s fee until your case settles or wins at trial. Our priority is to provide you with the best possible service and the best possible results.
Boston Area Claims for Accidents on the Job
The attorneys at Kenney & Conley have extensive experience when it comes to workplace accident claims. Our lawyers represent employees, contractors, and subcontractors that have been injured in construction accidents, warehouse accidents. We’re also experts on cases relating to motor vehicle collisions involving truck drivers, delivery route drivers, and home repair technicians. Our inquiry into the cause of your accident, the extent and duration of the resulting injuries, and the liability of all potential defendants can give you the best chance of recovering full compensation. Our attorneys have represented clients in incidents as diverse as:
- Falls from roofs or scaffolding
- Accidents in factories and assembly plants
- Warehouse and loading dock accidents
- Construction site injuries
- Accidents involving heavy equipment or industrial tools
- Longshore and harbor accidents
- Injuries suffered by police or firefighters
- Truck or commercial vehicle accidents
- Toxic exposure from welding rod fumes or industrial solvents
- Asbestosis, mesothelioma, or other occupational illnesses
Attorneys Who Understand Accidents on the Job
The difference between workers’ compensation benefits and personal injury damages can be very substantial. Workers’ comp covers only a portion of lost wages during a period of disability and the costs of medical treatment. Personal injury damages, meanwhile, can cover not only the full value of past and future income loss, but also damages for pain and suffering, future medical treatment and rehabilitative therapy, and reduction in the quality of life. If you or a family member have suffered injury in a workplace accident, an experienced legal team can ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve.
In some cases, the victim of a work related injury will be limited to a workers’ compensation claim because no solid evidence indicates the fault or negligence of a party other than the employer. In other situations, however, our analysis of the facts will indicate the advisability of a personal injury lawsuit against a driver, a general contractor, an equipment manufacturer, or a property owner for the full range of your damages, even while you are collecting workers’ compensation benefits. Each case is unique and the attorneys at Kenney & Conley will work with you to provide the best possible solution for your particular circumstance.
For additional information about the scope of our services, contact a knowledgeable workplace accident lawyer at Kenney & Conley today, toll free at (781) 848-9891.