Washington Workplace Injuries & Accidents Attorneys

From your direct employer to the manufacturers of faulty equipment, or any other involved party who may be liable, EPIC will help you untangle your workplace injury case so you can regain your health and get back to work.

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Unsafe work environments, faulty or neglected work equipment, falls, and automotive accidents, are some of the many circumstances in which you may be entitled to compensation for injury. With the resources, experience, and a track record of success in navigating these difficult cases, Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel is your partner for dealing with a workplace injury or accident case. From your direct employer to the manufacturers of faulty equipment, and any other involved party who may be liable, EPIC will help you develop your workplace injury case, so you can get the justice you deserve to restore your health and get back to work.


Most Common Washington Workplace Injuries

According to the Washington Department of Labor & Industries, the seven most common workplaces injuries in Washington State includes:

  • A body part being crushed, pinched, or squeezed by machinery
  • A fall from a ladder, roof, or other elevated platform
  • Slips, trips, and falls on a flat surface
  • An impact against a stationary object, or being hit by a moving object (including noise injuries to the eardrum)
  • Motor vehicle accidents in all types of vehicle
  • Musculoskeletal disorders, including knee, ankle, foot, hand issues, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, and muscle, nerve, and joint injuries
  • Upper body issues, including back, neck, and arm problems

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Workplace Accidents Results

Workplace Injuries & Accidents Results

$3.6 million recovered for a worker who suffered severe spine injuries caused by the unsafe operation of a crane on a worksite.

$2.8 million recovered for a health club member that suffered a traumatic brain injury when he nearly drowned in a swimming pool that was not monitored adequately by staff and lifeguards.

$800,000 recovered for a roof repairman who fell from a roof due to the failure of the general contractor to enforce and follow safety regulations.

$680,000 recovered for a cable lineman who was electrocuted due to the negligence of a power company.

$650,000 recovered for a construction worker suffering severe spine injuries due to the failure of the general contractor to require safe working conditions. ($550,000 recovered for a man training to become a journeyman cable lineman who was injured when he fell from a structure during a training exercise without proper fall protection.

$500,000 recovered for a construction worker seriously injured when another company’s negligent workers failed to properly rig lines resulting in a line snapping and striking the worker.

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