Representing Workers And Their Concerns After Being Injured On The Job

After a work-related accident, you may have concerns about your health care, your future career or your ability to make ends meet while you are out of work. The lawyers of Maples, Nix & Diesselhorst are here to answer your questions and help you understand your rights and options in this difficult situation.

Standing Up For Injured Workers

Workplace injuries can stem from a variety of risks, including:

  • Unsafe conditions such as slippery floors
  • Hazardous materials such as chemicals
  • Falling objects
  • Unsafe tools or equipment
  • Workplace violence
  • Car accidents caused by negligent drivers

Because workplace injuries can have such a wide variety of causes, determining who is responsible can be a challenge. We are proven advocates with more than 65 years of collective experience helping injured workers pursue justice. We will investigate the facts of your case, determine who was at fault for your injury and pursue all possible avenues for compensation.

Depending on the details of the accident, you may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits under state law. In other cases, a lawsuit against the responsible party may be appropriate. Our decades of experience in personal injury matters allow us to identify and pursue the proper compensation for your losses.

The damage caused by serious work injuries can be devastating to accident victims and their families. Many victims are forced to miss work while treating their injuries. When injuries leave workers permanently disabled, they may be left without a way to earn a living. Our attorneys help injured workers get compensation for lost wages and reduced earning capacity caused by on-the-job injuries.

Contact Us — Your Advocates After A Workplace Accident

From our office in Edmond, Oklahoma, we represent injured workers and their families throughout the surrounding area, including Oklahoma City. For dedicated advocacy in your injury matter, please contact us at 800-539-0652.