Meatpacking And Work-Related Injures

Workers in the food packing industry operate in risky environments with fast-paced work demands each day. Potential for serious injury is all around in production and processing facilities. Beyond catastrophic injuries, work-related stress can mount in such high-production work environments. High-stress situations can compound over time and can cause people to make poor decisions, overlook safety concerns or develop psychological issues.

Under such conditions, performing your job to the best of your abilities can be difficult. At Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo, we have represented a variety of cases within the meatpacking and food processing industries, ranging from repetitive motion disorders to loss of limb, and including several types of injuries. We regularly work with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspectors and unions to keep informed and up-to-date on issues affecting the industry and workers.

If you have been injured in Pennsylvania, we can help you file a workers' compensation claim and/or work with the union representing you to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation you deserve for recovery.

Our Lawyers Have The Experience You Need To Succeed

Since 1936, we have been fighting to protect the rights of injured workers. We are familiar with the claim denials, termination of benefits, delays and reduction of benefits many injured employees face. Our attorneys are prepared to bring appeals against employers and insurance companies that attempt to deny, reduce or stop benefit payments.

You have options in recovery, and we intend to help you pursue them aggressively. Our law firm has handled tens of thousands of workers' compensation cases and won tens of millions of dollars in awards for our clients. We are proud of our history, and we are dedicated to protecting the rights of workers in each case we take on.

Independent Representation For Union Employees

Union employees have the right to work with the private or union lawyer of their choice. As a law firm that is unaffiliated with any union, we represent the interests of our clients alone. Unions have complex legal and political structures. Striving for your maximum compensation is complicated and should be handled by an experienced workers' compensation lawyer advocating for your rights and interests.

Contact A Meatpacking Injury Lawyer In Pennsylvania

To schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney, email us or call us at 215-310-0001 or toll free at 877-794-2396. Based in Philadelphia, our attorneys can meet with you at any of our 11 offices throughout the state, or they can come to you. We will take your case on a contingency fee basis. This means there will be no fee without recovery for you.