Steelworkers Built Our Country, So We Fight for Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits
If you work in the steel industry, you deserve everyone’s gratitude for building our communities and our country. From the frames of great buildings to countless products we use every day, you’ve made a contribution most of us couldn’t live without.
We don’t have to tell you it can be hard, dangerous work. So for all you’ve done for us, the attorneys at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer fight for you to get the maximum Workers’ Compensation benefits when you’ve been hurt on the job.
We can’t stand big Workers’ Comp insurance companies giving hardworking Kentucky steelworkers a hard time.
Together, we’ll show them what Kentucky Courage™ means and fight to win all the benefits you deserve.
Give us a call. We’ll meet with you and evaluate your case for free.
You Deserve Financial Protection for Doing Difficult, Dangerous Work
Structural iron and steel work is one of the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the country, according to a December 2016 report from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This kind of work employed more than 69,000 people – more than 1,100 of them in Kentucky – that year, the bureau said.
Iron and steel work involves many risks for getting injured on the job:
- Brain injuries – Steel workers face the risk of suffering blows to the head from falling objects or from falling themselves, causing traumatic brain injuries.
- Burns – When welding is taking place on your work site and sparks are flying, you face a hazard from burns.
- Cuts – If you’re working with sharp metal edges and tools, you could experience a serious cut.
- Falls – Construction jobs where you’re working high above the ground come with the serious hazard of falling and suffering many kinds of injuries as a result.
- Muscle injuries – Many ironworkers and steelworkers have to lift heavy loads, creating the risk for several kinds of muscle and joint injuries.
Your workplace should provide safety training and equipment such as hardhats, goggles, face shields, steel-toe boots and fall-prevention systems.
But injuries still happen. And if you worked in the steel industry, we’re determined to make sure your case isn’t ignored.
Contact us today.
Get What’s Fair from the Workers’ Comp Insurance Company
The main goal of the workers’ comp insurance company is to make money, not to help you.
They’ll deny your benefits, or try to offer you less than you deserve.
But you can’t work because you were hurt on the job. You’re worried about paying for your health care and housing and putting food on the table.
You worked hard in the steel industry and you deserve better.
Workers’ Comp is a complicated system. Get an experienced Workers’ Comp lawyer to guide you through.
These are some of the benefits you might be entitled to receive:
- Lost wages
- Medical coverage
- Reimbursements for travel, medical devices and prescriptions
- Payments for loss of hearing, loss of eyesight, facial disfigurement, loss of use of a limb or extremity (hand, foot, finger, arm, leg, toe, etc.)
If you don’t know what type of workers’ comp benefits you might qualify for, the attorneys at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer can help. We’ll evaluate your case for free.
What You Should Do When You’re Hurt on the Job
When you’re hurt on the job, it’s best to start your Workers’ Comp claim as soon as possible.
Here is what you should do after the injury:
- Tell your employer you’ve been hurt.
- Tell your doctor how you got hurt.
- Get an “off work slip” if the doctor tells you that you need to stay home.
- Turn in the off work slip to your employer
And don’t wait. The insurance company wants to treat you like a number. But to us, your case is personal. Contact Morgan Collins and Yeast now.