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Workplace Injury Attorney in Bryan and College Station

If you suffered a serious injury while at work in Texas, you may be entitled to financial compensation. While no amount of money can reverse the damage to your life that an injury has caused, it can help your family to move forward with greater financial stability and peace of mind. At Craft Law Firm, our Bryan and College Station work injury lawyers can represent you during an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. We will go above and beyond to make sure you have what you need to get through this difficult time.

Why Choose Us?

  • We offer free initial consultations at no obligation to hire our law firm. We also take work injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you won’t pay us anything in attorney’s fees unless we win your case.
  • Our workplace injury lawyers in the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area have been successfully representing accident victims for decades. We have obtained hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
  • We are courtroom ready. Although most work injury cases don’t go to trial and are resolved with settlements, we are highly experienced litigators with the ability to go to court if this is necessary for optimal results.

Common Workplace Accidents and Injuries in Texas

You could be at risk of a serious injury or illness with any job in Texas. However, some industries are more dangerous than others – meaning they report more serious worker injuries and deaths per year. Statistically, construction is the deadliest industry in the U.S., accounting for about 20 percent of all worker deaths each year (source: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration). Other dangerous jobs in Texas include the oil and gas industry, farming, and transportation.

Common types of occupational accidents include:

  • Falls
  • Electrocutions
  • Struck-by falling or flying object
  • Caught in or between objects or equipment
  • Forklift accidents
  • Crane accidents
  • Heavy machinery accidents
  • Tractor accidents
  • Pipeline explosion
  • Oil rig accidents

The injuries sustained by workers who get involved in these accidents can be catastrophic, meaning they will affect the worker for life. They include broken bones, head and brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, paralysis, soft-tissue injuries, burn injuries, and serious illnesses. After any work accident and injury diagnosis in Bryan or College Station, consult with an attorney about how to seek fair financial compensation.

Workers’ Compensation Claim vs. Personal Injury Lawsuit in Texas

Unlike other states, Texas does not require any employer to obtain workers’ compensation insurance coverage. After an accident at work, you will need to ask your employer if you are covered by workers’ comp. If so, you can file this type of claim to receive no-fault benefits. A workers’ comp settlement, however, is often less in value than what a worker can receive through a personal injury lawsuit filed against a negligent person or a party.

A personal injury lawsuit might be an option for you if someone else’s negligence caused your occupational injury or illness. Negligence is the failure to use proper care, such as an employer failing to equip you with the correct safety gear based on the risks inherent to your job. If negligence contributed to your work injury in Texas, you could be eligible for greater financial compensation with a lawsuit than what is offered through workers’ comp. Discuss all of your legal options with an attorney before accepting an insurance settlement.

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If you or a loved one has recently been injured in a workplace accident in the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area, a lawyer from Craft Law Firm can help you move forward with a claim to pursue justice and fair financial compensation. We will be your advocates through each stage of the legal process, answering your questions and protecting your best interests against any adversary – big or small. Find out how we can help you in more detail during a free consultation with a work injury attorney. Contact us online or call (713) 225-0500 today.