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Unsafe Factory Accident Lawyer

What happens when an employer does not care for its workers and they are injured in a workplace accident?

A worker in a large factory had to reload a steel roller at the end of an assembly line. In attempting to reload the roller, the worker's arm was pulled into a pinch point which should have been eliminated when the line was installed by the manufacturer of the equipment. The worker's arm was trapped for twenty minutes because an emergency release mechanism on the machine did not work. He permanently lost the use of his arm. He was the family breadwinner and while he received Worker's Compensation from his employer, that did not fully compensate him for what he had lost. The use of his hands was essential to his work.  The manufacturer and installer of the machine ultimately compensated the worker for the rest of his lost earnings, his loss of future earnings and his pain and suffering.

The Accident law office of Bixler W. Howland has been successfully representing and aggressively advocating factory accident personal injury claims and wrongful death civil actions for over 30 years. We help make it possible to make the most of what you do have so you can get on with your life. Call us at502-657-7137 to schedule a free meeting.

Aggressive advocates to make Louisville automakers and auto suppliers safe

The law office of Bixler W. Howland knows what it means to be on the factory floor on a quick-moving assembly line. We understand the workings of large machines. We have technical knowledge of the kinds of accidents that happen − and are keen to the ways in which employers sometimes intimidate workers into not filing claims for their injuries beyond workers compensation.

We do detective work and trace the cause of the accident in these areas in factory accidents:

  • Rolling machinery
  • Pinch points
  • Long assembly lines and automated machines
  • Stamping facilities
  • Car parts, car doors suppliers
  • Falls and other dangerous situations that lead to factory accidents.

Whether you are a union worker, or a nonunion, if you are facing drastic losses, as a result of a worksite accident, please seek counsel as soon as possible from the law office of Bixler W. Howland. We will fight on your behalf to help you get your life back on track. To get employers to fix shoddy equipment and follow OSHA laws. We want to secure you financial compensation for lost wages, for medical bills, for anguish and trauma − and to provide you with a foundation to get on with your life − with hope.

Call us at 502-657-7137. It may be the best next step you ever take.