If you’ve been hurt at work, USClaims can help you get the money you need today.
Despite federal safety protections, workplace injuries remain far too commonplace. More than 3 million American workers were injured on the job in 2013, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, and about half of them required time off work to recover. If you’re disabled in a workplace accident, you’re left in a precarious situation. Unable to work, you’re forced to make financial sacrifices – pay your mortgage or keep your heat on? In the worst cases, workers also face mounting medical bills, which add to their new financial burden.
Are you waiting for your workplace accident lawsuit to settle in court and now worry about your ability to keep up with all of your expenses? If so, we can help. Contact USClaims to learn how you can get pre-settlement funding today.
Workplace and construction site accidents can occur for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common causes of workplace accidents and construction accidents include, but not limited to:
- Operator error
- Defective equipment
- Inadequate safety training
- Electrical incidents, such as contact with exposed power lines
- Slip and fall accidents
- Scaffolding accidents
- Falling object hazards
- Heavy equipment and machinery accidents
- Work-related motor vehicle accidents
While workers’ compensation programs often will pay for medical treatment and wages due to lost work, they do not cover pain and suffering, nor do they hold employers accountable for negligence. If you were injured due to an act of negligence, your attorney may help you file a personal injury case to fight to hold the company accountable for that unsafe environment. Don’t let a workplace injury jeopardize your financial future. USClaims can help.
We understand the intricacies of legal cases related to workplace accidents, and we can get you the money you need while your attorney works to secure a fair settlement. If you’ve been injured in a workplace or construction site accident and need financial support now, contact USClaims today.