Factories and warehouses are dangerous places to work. These workers often do manual lifting and labor, operate dangerous machinery and work in dangerous environments.
Workers in warehouses and factories can be injured in many different ways; back injuries, knee injuries, shoulder and rotator cuff injuries, ankle and wrist injuries, etc. In addition, due to the repetitive motion of many of these jobs, warehouse and factory workers often times sustain repetitive trauma injuries. These injuries develop after performing the same task repeatedly. It is important to choose a workers’ compensation lawyer who is experienced and knowledgeable warehouse and factory workers injuries. If you have been injured on the job, contact us today to schedule a free consultation and case review.
There are many types of injuries that warehouse and factory workers can sustain, but some of the most common injuries include:
- Ankle injuries
- Back injuries
- Bone fractures and breaks
- Joint injuries
- Knee injuries
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Shoulder injuries
- Wrist injuries
Contact the Illinois Workers’ Compensation lawyers at Porro, Niermann & Petersen, LLC for a free consultation if you or a family member has been involved in a workers’ compensation claim.