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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an example of a work-related injury?

Examples of work-related injuries include:

  • Assaults
  • Being struck or crushed by equipment
  • Broken bones
  • Burns
  • Cuts
  • Electric shocks
  • Slips, trips, and falls

If you were injured at work, you may be entitled to compensation from workers’ comp or a lawsuit.

What is the employer’s responsibility when an employee is injured?

An employer’s primary responsibility is to ensure a safe workplace. If an injury does occur, the employer is required to work with the employee to file a workers’ compensation claim.

Federal law prohibits employers from taking adverse action against an employee for reporting an on-the-job injury.

What are the actions to be taken when an injury occurs in the workplace?

An injured worker should immediately report the injury to their employer and file an accident report. They should also see a doctor as soon as possible and document all aspects of the injury and medical treatment.

Finally, consulting with a workers’ compensation attorney to help injured workers understand their rights and legal options.

Can I lose my job due to an injury?

In general, you can’t be fired just for getting an injury at work, and your employer also can’t fire you for filing a workers’ compensation claim. However, they’re not required to hold your position open while you’re out with an injury.

It is possible for your employer to fire you for other reasons while your claim is open. If this happens, they will need to establish that the reason they let you go was unrelated to your workers’ comp claim.

Can I sue my employer for a workplace injury?

Yes, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against your employer in certain situations.

For example, if your employer intentionally caused you to suffer an injury, created an unsafe work environment, or if they lack adequate workers’ compensation coverage, you may be able to sue them.

How do I find good workplace injury lawyers near me? works with top work injury lawyers who have helped thousands of clients get back on their feet after a work injury.

These attorneys can help victims in all 50 states, and they never charge any upfront fees. Instead, they only get paid if they recover compensation for you, so there’s no financial risk to taking legal action.

See if we can connect you with a good workplace injury lawyer near you during a free case review.