If you have been injured on the job, you may be entitled to compensation, regardless of fault. Like all injury claims, you need to properly document the incident. After an injury at work, immediately report it to a supervisor, insist on the creation of an incident report and obtaining a copy for yourself, obtain any eye witness information, take pictures of the object or condition that caused your injuries, and the injuries themselves. You should also request and/or immediately seek medical assistance. Always be honest about where and how your injuries occurred, even if your employer promises to pay your medical expenses if you tell your treating doctor that the accident occurred somewhere outside of work.
As always, it is better to consult with an experienced attorney before speaking an insurance representative about your claim.
Call me today for your free case evaluation (855)OMAR-411. Having correct and accurate information at the right time can mean the difference between being fully compensated for your damages and being left hung out to dry with medical debt or being unable to seek much needed medical treatment.