Occupational hazards and workplace injuries are one of leading causes for the death of manual workers. It is not only in the interest of the labourers that workplace safety has to be ensured by the company but also in their own interests, as it is a very lengthy and tedious process to come out of a litigation by a worker or a worker’s union. All the costs incurred on the labourer by the injury that occurs during the work, has to be compensated by the company and it should also ensure the survival and safety of the employee’s family. This not only adds the burden on the company but also makes it to suffer. The first option for the company is to settle the amount without initiating a legal process in the court. This act can be done by a professional law firm like, Ketterman Rowland and Westlund that has experience in such arbitrations. However, if the worker or the worker’s union has initiated a court case, it is pertinent that you respond with an able counter-affidavit.
Facing A Court Case For The Workplace Injury Caused In Your Company
A court case is a different ball game and is very unique as the litigants are ordinary underpaid workers. Most judges take sympathy toward their cause and it needs an expert navigation through the facts and figures to arrive at a positive verdict for you. It can be done only by experienced and well connected lawyers like the ones who are a part of the famous Ketterman Rowland and Westlund attorneys at law. However even in that case, it is possible for you to get a negative verdict. A benevolent judge might take into consideration of your noble act and award a liberal sentence or impose only a fine, if the physical damage to the person is very minimal. Having said all these you need an expert to navigate through such a delicate case, even if you are pleading guilty. So it is beneficial for you to avoid workplace injuries in your company by introducing stringent safety measures and by following a strict maintenance schedule that not only keeps the machinery fit but also helps you to keep running a better organisation.