Workers’ compensation cases in Oklahoma call for action. Know your rights.
A heavy piece of equipment falls on you while working at a construction site. Toxic fumes leave you unable to breathe right after working at a factory. Shooting pain surges through your arms after typing at work day after day. These are just a few examples of workplace injuries which plague millions of Americans.
In 2009, 3.3 million non-fatal workplace injuries were reported nationwide, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s one injury every nine seconds! And each year, approximately 6,000 Americans die in workplace accidents.
In Oklahoma, approximately 108 people on average die in workplace accidents each year. The largest percentage (17 percent) died in machine-related accidents in Oklahoma. A large number (11 percent) died after falling from a high elevation while working in Oklahoma. Many more sustain serious, life-altering injuries every day at work in Oklahoma.
Many people suffer in silence. But there is an alternative. If you have been injured at work, you might have a legitimate workers’ compensation claim. Workers’ compensation laws provide money and medical benefits to an employee who has an injury as a result of an accident, injury or occupational disease on-the-job.
What would you do if you were injured on the job in Oklahoma? Who would you trust to fight for your rights? You need someone knowledgeable about the state’s complex legal system. You need someone with experience in workers’ compensation cases. You need the Dan Davis Law Firm.
Attorney Daniel M. Davis and his colleagues have been successfully fighting for injured workers for years in Oklahoma. They know what it takes to win and will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve. Stop agonizing over your workplace injury. Take action. Contact Dan Davis today.
Experienced. Determined. Driven. Dan Davis Law Firm. Fighting for justice for you.
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