Manufacturing Injury Lawyers in Dallas
Have you been injured due to manufacturer negligence?
Many manufacturing plants carefully follow the safety procedures outlined by law, and provide a safe environment for their employees. However, in some manufacturing companies, important and crucial safety standards have been bypassed or ignored, or let to slide into a situation in which the workers are in jeopardy. When a serious injury is the result, it is important to contact a lawyer at once. The circumstances of the accident must be reviewed at once, and evidence gathered before the situation is quickly cleaned up or handled by the owner of the factory. At Zinda Law Group PLLC, our team will immediately analyze the situation and plan out the claim for damages that must be filed on your behalf, whether you are located in Dallas or surrounding areas.
Victims of Manufacturing Injuries
When safety standards have been allowed to slide in a factory, every worker in the area is endangered. When working for a living, trying to support yourself and your family, and devoting your time and energy to help a company survive, one expects only the best of treatment if injured while on the job. Unfortunately, in some cases the workers are not given the respect that they deserve and when injured, the owner of the factory may try to avoid the claim through challenging it. These cases can be heartbreaking for the injured, as the compensation is absolutely vital to the individual and their families.
Having to fight for what is fair can be a depressing circumstance. However, when you have the support of our team, you can be assured that your case will be fought with determination and an aggressive approach, always seeking the maximum compensation allowable under the law. Never accept a quickly offered settlement, as it is likely that it is far lower than you may receive with a Personal Injury lawyer supporting the case. Don’t allow yourself to be taken advantage of by any insurer or the owner of the factory. Although it is true that the company will likely have increased insurance premiums, if they had maintained proper safety standards, this would not be the situation.