Indiana Job Injury and Workers Comp Lawyer
Industrial occupations carry a high risk for catastrophic injuries and death. Factories, plants, and warehouses are dangerous work environments. With complex machinery, heavy equipment, and hazardous chemicals the possibility of a worksite accident is substantial. However, working in an inherently dangerous workplace does not preclude employers from providing adequate compensation if an employee is injured.
A serious manufacturing or factory related accident could create major financial stress for a worker's family or even mean the end of an employee’s career. Attorney Charles Carlock has a history of fighting for clients who have been injured on a job site or had a construction work injury - he's worked solely as an Indiana worker's compensation and injury lawyer since 1993.
Common Manufacturing, Industrial, & Factory Injuries We Handle:
- Eye or vision loss & blindness
- Hearing loss
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Head injuries & concussions
- Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
- Amputation of limbs
- Paraplegia & quadriplegia
- Occupational illnesses
- Broken bones, fractures
- Fatal injuries/death
How Do Most Manufacturing Accidents Happen?
- Defective or poorly maintained equipment or machinery
- Missing safety equipment
- Inadequate employee training
- Cluttered worksites
- Human error
You Are Protected
Indiana is a “no-fault” workers’ comp state so in almost all cases, you are protected by the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Act. If you are hurt on the job, report your injury to your employer immediately and seek legal support. The workers' compensation claim process can be daunting, especially if you are faced with recovering from a serious injury. Let attorney Charlie Carlock help you navigate the process. Charlie has represented numerous Hoosiers hurt in manufacturing, industrial, and warehouse accidents. Email or call us and we will fight for the maximum benefits that you are due.