Thousands of North Carolina residents earn a living and support their families by working in active industrial sites. Industrial sites that produce rubber, petroleum products, plastics, chemicals and many other goods, are a backbone of North Carolina’s economy.
Unfortunately, working in these environments can place employees at risk of suffering serious and even catastrophic injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in any type of Industrial Accident, you will need an experienced, dedicated North Carolina Personal Injury attorney by your side. At Henson Fuerst, we work hard every day to defend the rights of those that suffered serious injuries through no fault of their own. Contact us today to learn how we may be able to help.
Unsafe Working Environments
Employees at industrial sites across North Carolina face many safety hazards on a daily basis, including:
- Exposure to hazardous materials
- Working at extreme heights
- Unsafe or improperly maintained workspaces
- Flammable or corrosive materials not safely secured
- Mechanical malfunctions
- Chemical burns
- And more
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration imposes strict workplace safety standards designed to protect industrial workers. If the owner or supervisor of an industrial site fails to warn their employees about a possible health or safety risk, or does not follow the proper safety protocols, it can put hundreds of lives at risk.
If your Industrial Accident was the result of negligence by a supervisor or factory owner, you can depend on the experienced North Carolina Industrial Accident attorneys of Henson Fuerst.