Workplace Injuries Related To Factory Accidents

Factory & Iindustrial AccidentsManufacturing plants and industrial plants are a common scene of on-the-job injuries. Many job sites drive warehouse and factory workers to extreme paces.

This relentless demand for more efficient production and efficiency can become extremely dangerous. Labor attorney Joe Burns recently summed up the situation, stating that, “Employers have been able to aggressively attack work rules…the ‘lean production’ methods of the early 1990s decreased the idle time for auto workers at one plant from 15 seconds a minute to a mind-numbing three seconds per minute. Working at this kind of speed leads to more stress on the job and a greater chance of employee injury.”*

We Can Recover The Compensation You Deserve

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in a factory or in an industrial accident, reach out to a skilled lawyer as soon as possible to understand your rights and the compensation to which you may be entitled.

To reach out and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss a personal or work injury or nursing home negligence, call James Ballard at 515-221-2521 or Contact Us.

We at Ballard Law Firm are ready to use our more than 20 years of experience to do everything to obtain the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled for injuries, including:

  • Chemical exposure
  • Explosion injuries
  • Falling debris injuries
  • Chemical burns
  • Burn injuries
  • Fire injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Spine injuries
  • Paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Back injuries
  • Severed limb/amputation
  • Brain injuries
  • Machine injuries (saws, presses, conveyor belts, etc.)

As a result of:

  • Negligence in training or hiring other workers
  • Electric shock, fires and explosions, or chemical exposure
  • Falling boxes or stack collapse
  • Forklift accidents
  • Slip-and-fall accidents or falls from heights
  • Standing on hard surfaces (cumulative damage to legs and joints)

* – Joe Burns, Reviving The Strike (Ig Publishing, 2011), 14-15.