When you’ve been hurt at work, you need to focus on getting better and getting your life back on track. You don’t have the experience or the financial ability to fully investigate your work accident or maximize your compensation. That’s where our team comes in. We can thoroughly dig into the details of your case and discover evidence that may be impossible to find on your own. As soon as you hire us for your case, we get to work. If necessary, we will file a Temporary Restraining Order with the court to make sure the company doesn’t destroy, damage, hide, or tamper with any of the evidence in your case. We investigate to find out if the company violated any safety regulations, hire experts to reconstruct the incident, and make sure the company is held accountable for their safety failures.
While we can’t speak for every attorney, we can talk about how we work with our own clients. We aim to provide full-service solutions for injured workers, and we are willing to investigate even the smallest details that might help give you a stronger case. For example, while looking into your case, our motivated legal team will often:
- Come to the location of your work accident to investigate potential causes and contributing factors. Even straightforward work injury claims can benefit from the kind of hard evidence that comes from having a legal ally investigating and researching what caused your accident and why it happened. When needed, our legal team will arrive on site to support our clients and gather information.
- Call in expert witnesses to evaluate and confirm key evidence. One major benefit of working with an attorney is the access you gain to resources like expert witnesses, accident reconstruction, and other professional services, which can provide key evidence supporting your injury claim.
- Test equipment and safety features for evidence of malfunction. Was faulty or poorly maintained equipment to blame for your accident at work? Our legal team investigates the equipment involved in your accident and if there were safety failures at your place of employment.
- Determine and explain exactly what your options are for pursuing compensation. The laws that cover injured workers in Texas can be very complicated, depending on the specific details of your case. An experienced attorney, however, can quickly identify the routes available to you for pursuing compensation and cover bases you may not have considered, such as third-party claims.
Filing a work injury claim may seem straightforward, but companies will do whatever they can to avoid compensating injured employees. The sooner you get an experienced work injury legal team on your side, the sooner your legal rights are protected and the sooner you can focus on getting better knowing we’re working to get you the best result possible on your case.
Time is not on your side, contact us today at 877.724.7800 or fill out a free, confidential case evaluation form.