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1210 Northbrook Drive, Ste. 280
Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 953-5200
Employees suffer different types of work accidents every day, whether they are working in an office or on a ladder at an industrial or construction site.
Some types of work accidents include electrocution (a lineman may contact a utility wire) or a hospital injury (a medical worker may get pricked by a needle that was disposed of improperly). An employee using a company-owned vehicle may suffer an injury in an auto accident. Repetitive work injuries may result from tasks performed by meat cutters, mechanics or firefighters.
An accident may be covered by workers' compensation, but you may have the right to pursue a third-party claim if someone other than your employer was negligent. If you or a loved one has suffered a workplace injury, an attorney at Flager & Yockey, P.C. can help you determine how to proceed.
It's important for you to understand that you do not have to be involved in a terrible accident to pursue compensation. You may suffer an injury at work from a burn, or due to an illness from chemical exposure, or carpal tunnel syndrome caused by repetitive stress. These are just a few types of work accidents.
Don't let a workplace injury ruin your life. Take action. For experienced legal assistance, contact Flager & Yockey, P.C. Our seasoned attorneys serve Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties and all of Eastern Pennsylvania, including Bethlehem, Allentown, Easton, Harrisburg, Hazelton, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Williamsport and the Poconos as well as the entire State of New Jersey. An attorney can fight for your rights for any types of work accidents. An experienced injury lawyer can assist you or your loved one with your case.
You deserve justice. We can help. Call (215) 953-5200 today.
Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay us unless you win.
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