Workplace
Accident Attorney
Albuquerque NM

Roughly 3 out of every 100 workers are hurt on the job each year, according to workplace accident statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Even more troubling is the fact that one worker dies every 99 minutes from work-related injuries.

Workplace catastrophic injuries can leave you unable to work. If you are a primary wage earner, that can spell financial trouble for your family. While some workers are eligible for worker’s compensation benefits, sometimes it is not adequate for meeting your financial needs. Other times, your employer may fight you on receiving the benefits. In either situation, you need an experienced workplace accident attorney in Albuquerque, NM to take your case.

Causes
of catastrophic
workplace accidents

With a diverse workforce spanning several businesses and industries, there are many ways employees can get hurt on the job. Some of the most common include:

  • Slips and falls from equipment like scaffolds, cherry pickers, on slick work surfaces, or on stairs.
  • Heavy machinery misused, improperly maintained, or poorly designed by the product manufacturer can lead to injuries and death.
  • Ergonomic injuries like back strains and torn ligaments can happen when employees do not receive adequate training for their positions.
  • Vehicle accidents while using a company vehicle or while completing a work-related task during regular working hours.

CASE RESULTS

  • Cannabis explosion at manufacturing facility

    Plaintiff was significantly injured when a large explosion occurred allegedly from failure to implement appropriate safety protocols and practices.  Experienced legal representation from the Archibeque Law Firm resulted in a successful settlement on behalf of the plaintiff.

    EXPERIENCED
    and proven
    Defending your best interests

    You have the right to fair compensation for your pain and suffering. Choose the experienced leader at Archibeque Law Firm to represent your best interests. Call us at 505-750-2363 to schedule your no-obligation consultation to review your case.