Our Massachusetts workers’ compensation attorney has represented injured workers for over 20 years. We focus on workplace accidents that allow us to give our clients the time and attention they deserve for their injuries. Ultimately, industrial equipment accidents can be serious and will yield the need for workers’ compensation benefits. Our legal team can investigate your case and determine which benefits you’re eligible for.
About Equipment Accidents in MA
Heavy machinery and equipment can be dangerous to work with. Whether backhoes, bulldozers, forklifts, snow plows, motor vehicles, power tools and more, they all can lead to serious injuries at the workplace. Some common industrial equipment accident injuries include burns, bruises, cuts, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, hearing/vision loss, and more. These serious injuries can devastate a family and their finances. With Massachusetts workers’ compensation benefits, you can be paid what you deserve as a result of your work-related injury.
Massachusetts law provides cash payments to workers injured in equipment accidents. The amount and duration of these benefits depend on the severity of the injury. Workers with job-related injuries are entitled to a calculated fraction of their weekly wage and compensation for a variety of benefits. Also, it’s important to know that employers and insurers must compensate workers for injury-related expenses and provide death or survivor benefits to family members who lose a loved one to fatal equipment accidents.
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If you were injured in an industrial equipment accident, our team of workers’ compensation attorneys at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C., can represent you. We understand the serious injuries associated with these accidents, and the need for benefits quick. To talk about your injuries and the workers’ compensation filing process, call our law office today at 800-367-0871. The law firm of Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. is based in Boston, but we also serve Suffolk County including Boston, Jamaica Plain, and Revere; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Malden, Newton, Somerville, and Waltham; Norfolk County including Brookline; Essex County including Haverhill, Lawrence, and Salem; Worcester County including Fitchburg, Leominster, and Worcester as well as Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth.