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According to the Federal Bureau of Labor, 4,628 workers were killed on the job in 2012 [BLS revised 2012 workplace fatality data]

Every employer has a legal duty to provide a safe working condition for their employees. Though these are laws in place, accidents at work are extremely common. Employees are often not aware of the possible dangers in their work environment until it is too late and an accident occurs. Accidents happen in all types of work places, from construction sites to warehouses, factories and office environments.

It is extremely important to speak to an experienced on-the-job accident attorney when you have been hurt at work. Our attorneys will fight to ensure you receive the medical care you need to recover from this trying time, as well as the lost wages and compensation you deserve. A workplace injury can affect the lives of you and your loved ones for a long period of time. Extended recovery time can result in lost wages, and the financial impact can be devastating. Our staff is dedicated to making sure that does not happen to our clients.

What Should If I’ve Been Hurt At Work?

If you have suffered an injury at work, the attorneys at Gentry & Ashton Law are ready to help you. We recommend you take the following steps:
  • REPORT YOUR INJURY. Often times employees wait to report any incident because they assume they will recover quickly. By waiting, you give the employer the impression that what has happened to you is not serious. As soon as an accident happens, let your employer know.
  • SEE YOUR DOCTOR. Your employer can give you a referral to a medical clinic. It is very important that you take stock of every single thing that is wrong. These reports are imperative in getting you the medical care you need.
  • CALL AN ATTORNEY. Once you have seen the doctor, your next step is to call an experienced on-the-job attorney. You will most likely have many questions: Who pays the medical bills? Do I still have a case if I am no longer working for the employer where I was injured? Do I still have a case even if there were no witnesses to my accident at work? Am I allowed to have a case if I am not legally in the United States? We can answer all of your questions and help put your mind at ease.
The attorneys at Gentry & Ashton Law have been helping people who have suffered from work place injuries for more than 35 years. On-the-job accident lawyers David E. Gentry and Stefanie Valdez Ashton have extensive experience protecting the rights of their clients and fighting on their behalf. Contact us today at (714) 541-4161 to schedule your FREE consultation and case evaluation.