The risk of injury is high in warehouses, where dangerous machinery, back-breaking work, and repetitive motions put workers at risk of warehouse accidents every day. A single incident can lead to pain, disability, lost wages, and even job loss or death. If defective machines or unsafe working conditions lead to warehouse accidents, victims can pursue negligence claims in court.
A third-party personal injury lawsuit can be filed against equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and vendors if their products contributed to the warehouse accident. This provides victims with another line of protection, in addition to workers compensation claims.
The Beregovich Law Firm helps victims of warehouse accidents in Florida protect their rights and pursue compensation for their injuries.
Warehouse Accidents Can Happen Due To Negligence
In addition to falls, machinery accidents, and explosions, warehouse accidents may be caused by someone else’s negligence. Defective machinery, missing or improper safety equipment, and inadequate worker training are all examples of negligence, as are:
- Inadequate safeguards on machines
- Exposed chemicals
- Toxic spills
- OSHA violations
- Negligent security
Find Out If You Have A Case After A Warehouse Accident
If you were injured in a warehouse accident through no fault of your own, you may have a negligence case. Contact The Beregovich Law Firm for a thorough review of the situation. Our Florida personal injury lawyer works closely with victims and their families to ensure their rights are protected and they receive compensation to which they are entitled. This compensation can help cover medical costs, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
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