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Seeking Workers’ Compensation After Falling Object Accidents & Injuries

Even a relatively small object falling from a great height can cause serious injuries to those below. A construction worker could suffer a serious back injury if struck by a falling beam. Likewise, a falling object from a warehouse shelf could lead to a serious head injury for an employee or bystander.

Regardless of the specific cause of your injury, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits if you were injured on the job. At the Law Offices of James F. White, P.C., we will work hard to secure the compensation you need for your work injuries.

Contact our office at 508-763-6571 to learn more about our “No Fee Unless Successful” model. Call now to speak with a knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney in Norfolk County.

Protecting Your Rights And Fighting For Your Interests

Any type of object can cause a serious injury when dropped on an employee. From falling construction materials and equipment to objects falling from high shelves or ladders, we are committed to helping you through the legal process so you can concentrate on your recovery.

The founder of our Massachusetts firm, Attorney James F. White, understands the impact a serious head injury or back injury can have on your future health and employment. He can act as your advocate with your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer in order to pursue the full benefits you need to cover past and future medical expenses.

If your injuries were caused by a third party, you may also have a personal injury claim. We are experienced at handling personal injury cases and can help you hold all of the negligent third parties accountable for your workplace injuries.

Call 508-763-6571 For A Free Consultation

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Norfolk County workers’ compensation lawyer, please contact our law firm online or call us at 508-763-6571. The Law Offices of James F. White, P.C., takes cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay us anything unless we win on your behalf.