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People work hard in Boston - and that includes you. You built our skyscrapers and tunnels. You care for us in Boston's world-class hospitals. You created products people use worldwide. You know how to get the job done and do it right. That's why an on-the-job injury can be so frustrating. Suddenly, you or a loved one might not be able to work for weeks, months, or even longer due to a serious workplace injury.

That's why we work so hard on workplace accident cases involving Boston workers. We know what's at stake, and we want to help. At the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone, our Boston workplace accident attorneys have decades of experience successfully resolving claims - and we have the case results to prove it. Our firm has secured more than $1 BILLION in settlements, awards, benefits, and verdicts for injury victims and their families.

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2 Oliver Street, #608
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (857) 444-6468

Even if your workplace accident seems straightforward, don't assume that you automatically receive all the money you rightfully deserve for your workplace injury. Your employer might try to claim you hurt yourself outside work. The doctor who examined you might try to minimize your injury. And insurance companies are notorious for denying workplace accident claims. That's why you need us in your corner, fighting for your rights.

What are common workplace accidents in Boston?

There are so many different kinds of workplace injuries. Many of the most common ones we regularly deal with in Boston at our law firm include:

  • Construction accidents
  • Hospital injuries
  • Repetitive-stress injuries
  • Office injuries
  • Exposure to hazardous chemicals
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Burn injuries
  • Asbestos exposure

And if someone working for another company caused your injury at work, you may have grounds for a third-party workplace injury. Such injuries are especially common at construction sites, where several different companies are all working at the same place at the same time.

Who pays for workplace accidents in Boston?

You may be able to obtain money from several different sources for work injury-related expenses, including:

  • Workers’ compensation, regardless of fault for the accident.
  • A third party, such as a business other than your employer, that caused or contributed to the injury.
  • The manufacturer of a dangerous product or equipment that caused your injury.

Don’t simply assume you know who’s responsible for paying for your injury-related expenses if you got hurt at work in Boston. Make sure you talk to an experienced Boston workplace accident attorney right away to learn more about your legal rights.

“How much is my Boston workplace accident worth?”

In general, you should be paid for all injury-related expenses. What you might not realize is just how many expenses that includes. It’s not just the money you need for bills right after your workplace accident. You should receive compensation for future anticipated expenses as well, including:

  • Medical bills, including emergency medical care, surgical procedures, physical therapy, follow-up doctor’s appointments, and medical procedures.
  • Replacement income if you cannot work while you’re recovering from your work-related injury.
  • Future lost income if you cannot return to work or can only work in a reduced capacity due to a permanent disability.
  • Pain and suffering

Add all these expenses up and your workplace injury claim could easily be worth thousands of dollars or significantly more. The best way to know just how much money you could be entitled to receive is by talking to a Boston workplace injury attorney at our law firm.

"What should I do if I'm injured on the job in Boston?"

Knowing what to do immediately after a workplace accident can be confusing. But it's critical that you take certain steps right away to protect your health - and your rights. That's why we strongly recommend taking the following steps after most workplace injuries:

  • Notify your employer - Tell your boss you as soon as possible you injured yourself on the job. That way, there's no dispute later about whether or not you were hurt at work.
  • Seek immediate medical treatment - These step serves two important purposes. By seeing a doctor, you're making sure you get better. You'll also document your injury, just in case your insurance company tries to dispute it.
  • Document your injury - The more information you have, the better. Take photographs of the accident scene and your injuries. Write down exactly what happened while everything's fresh in your mind. Every detail matters.
  • Talk to witnesses - If someone saw your injury, make sure you get their full name, address, and phone number. This is especially important if this person does not work for your company and you might have a hard time locating them later. Witness testimony can make or break your case.
  • Contact us - When you have an experienced law firm working for you, you can take an aggressive approach right from the start. Instead of insurance companies dictating what happens to you, you can be in control. We know how the legal system works in Suffolk County and we're prepared to take your case to court if necessary. We're here for you when you need us most.

Get a workplace accident lawyer who gets results. Contact our Boston office and schedule a free case evaluation right now.