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With summer quickly approaching, the risk of sustaining a workplace injury goes up. Working when it is hot and humid outside makes it difficult for your body to naturally cool itself. Workers who spend countless hours in the sun are at an increased risk of developing a workplace injury. If you or someone you know developed a workplace injury or illness due to prolonged exposure to the heat, you may have grounds for a lawsuit.
Construction workers, landscapers, and farm workers are put at a higher risk of developing a heat induced workplace injury. Some of the most common workplace injuries include:
Workers’ Compensation laws make it so that employers are responsible for providing employees with safe working conditions. Eligible employees are those who were injured or developed an illness due to performing a work-related task for the benefit of their employer. Workers’ Compensation pays for your medical expenses, disability payments while you are out of work, and even death benefits.
The heat can be brutal for employees working out in the sun. To keep workers safe, employers should perform the following:
Summer work injuries can be fatal. If you or someone you know sustained an injury while on the clock, a knowledgeable Wilmington work injury lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow can help. Our experienced lawyers will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries. For a free consultation, contact us online or call us at 302-427-9500 today. With locations in Wilmington, Bear, and Milford, Delaware, we proudly serve clients throughout the state, including Elsmere and Seaford.
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The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus changes daily. During this uncertain time, we can assure you that the team at Rhoades & Morrow continues to focus on helping our current clients as well as assisting new clients.
We know that legal questions still arise, and we are here to answer your questions and provide the trusted guidance that you have come to expect from us over the years. To ensure the health and safety of our staff and our clients, we are conducting virtual consultations via Zoom and by telephone. We also have the ability to exchange documents via secure e-mail.
We look forward to hearing from you. Stay safe and healthy.