Assembly Line & Manufacturing Injuries in Michigan
Representing Injured Workers in the Manufacturing Industry
Working in the manufacturing or assembly line industry comes with its own unique set of risks and dangers. Accidents such as chemical exposure, fires, explosions, contact with heavy machinery, etc. are just a few of the dangers that come with working on an assembly line. Sometimes these accidents can even lead to death.
If you’re an assembly line worker who has been injured, or if you have lost a loved one in a manufacturing plant accident, don’t hesitate to reach out to Adler Firm, PLLC for legal representation. Our Michigan attorney has helped assembly line workers file workers’ compensation claims and can help you, too.
Common Assembly Line Injuries
Repetitive Strain Injuries
Assembly line workers are at high risk of suffering from repetitive stress and strain injuries. Manual labor performed repeatedly over months and years using the same muscles and joints put such workers at risk of disorders such as:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Traumatic injuries are also common among assembly line workers as a result of being in close proximity to heavy machinery or moving parts such as robots:
- Crush injuries
Assembly line workers also frequently develop lung disease caused by exposure to welding fumes or chemicals. An example of a respiratory ailment occurring in an assembly line environment is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Why Should You Hire Adler Firm, PLLC?
Whatever the particulars of your assembly line injury in Michigan, we urge you to contact an experienced Michigan workers’ compensation attorney as soon as you realize you are injured or are in too much discomfort to work because of your injury.
Our focus at Adler Firm, PLLC, is the pursuit of fair compensation for people injured on the job, people with disabilities that keep them from working, and accident victims. From our offices in Detroit and Traverse City, we help workers’ compensation claimants across Michigan from the beginning to the end of a case. You do not have to wait until your claim has been denied to ask for our assistance.
Fighting for Injured Workers for Nearly 50 Years!
Our founding attorney Barry Adler has been practicing law since 1979 and leading Adler Firm, PLLC since 1986. He has been a lifelong Detroit-area resident who is well familiar with work environments, workers’ compensation insurers, and courts in the area. He brings this experience and knowledge to injured workers in Traverse City and across the state.
Mr. Adler wrote the workers’ compensation section of the Michigan Lawyer’s Manual. He has earned the highest possible rating of “AV” in the Martindale-Hubbell peer review system and has spoken on our practice areas at many legal seminars.
- Our firm has tried and won more than 100 workers’ compensation claims that had been denied.
- We have collected more than $100 million for our clients.
Please contact an assembly line injury lawyer in Michigan today. Call toll free or email our law firm through this website. We offer free consultations. If we represent you in a workers’ compensation claim, we will do so on a contingency basis. You will not owe attorneys’ fees until and unless we help you win compensation.