Ladder & Roof Falls
Los Angeles Workers’ Comp Attorneys
Falls are a serious concern for all types of workers. They can happen at construction sites, factories, retail stores, and office buildings. Ladder and roof falls are typically the most serious types of falls that a worker can experience. When they occur, a worker may be left with broken bones, head injuries, or back injuries that take time to heal. Workers’ compensation provides coverage for lost earnings and medical expenses related to roof falls, ladder falls, and all types of workplace accidents.
Even though an injured worker may be entitled to workers’ comp benefits, it is not always easy to recover such benefits. It can take time, particularly if your employer tries to deny that your injuries are work-related, fails to report the accident, or otherwise violates your rights. Even if your employer is on your side, the workers’ compensation insurance company may try to delay or deny payment, or may offer inadequate benefits. A Los Angeles workers’ compensation attorney can protect your rights and interests through the claims process after a serious ladder or roof fall.
Call Reed & Garcia Law, P.C. today at (888) 487-8133 for a free review of your claim.
Helping Construction Workers Injured in Ladder or Roof Falls
Construction workers, roofers, A/C technicians, warehouse workers, contractors, handymen, and a number of other workers may be at risk of falling from heights. Falls from ladders, roofs, and scaffolding are the most common and can cause significant injuries. Even a fall from just a few feet off the ground can leave a worker injured and in need of medical care.
Some of the types of injuries associated with roof and ladder falls include:
- Broken bones
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Back and spinal cord injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Sprained or strained muscles or tendons
- Nerve damage
Now is the time to talk to a Los Angeles workers’ comp lawyer if you or someone you love fell from a ladder or roof while working. We can help with your claim and can also look for other sources of compensation, such as a third party (not your employer) that may be responsible for your injuries. Your future is important to us, and we want to help you recover physically and financially.
Contact our office at (888) 487-8133 to talk to a friendly professional about your claim. We offer our services in English and Spanish.
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