Protect your rights
Generally, injuries occurring while an employee is at work is covered under Workers' Compensation. State laws require that your employer, or your employer's insurance company, compensate you for injuries that occur while you are working.
If you have suffered injury, illness, or permanent disability while on the job, we are here for you.
has experience advocating on behalf of our clients despite an employer's pressure to avoid liability. Whether taking on a large publicly traded corporation or a local business enterprise, BLG is poised to protect the rights of our clients amidst working to earn a living. If you or someone you know needs guidance in your rights as an employee, give us a call today.
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Report the injury to the employer immediately.
Get immediate medical assitance if necessary.
Notify your employer in writing no later than 4 days after the injury.
Top injury types
Lifting, pulling, pushing or throwing something, that caused an injury where a muscle is pulled, or a joint is forced to move beyond its typical range of motion. This is most commonly seen in physical labor jobs and police officers.
Slip & Fall
Injuries casued as a result of slipping on wet surfaces or falling on icy walkways. Also common are falls off a ladder or roof.
A bodily reaction injury occurs from tripping or slipping while tyring to avoid falling. Twisted joint, sprained ankle, other.
Struck by a falling object or falling or physically being forced into a stationary object.
Injuries from doing the same motions over and over. Tendonitis, carpal tunnel, and bursitis.
Workplace homicides, shootings, and other acts of violence.