Inadequate Training in the Workplace
Contact our Atlanta Injury Lawyers at The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC
At The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC, we are dedicated to meeting clients’ specific needs. Our team knows each case is different, and we can talk with you to determine a course of action. If you have been injured on the job due to inadequate training, you can file a claim against your employer. Our Atlanta injury attorneys have more than 20 years of combined experience and can represent you throughout the process. Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation.
What You Need to Know About Inadequate Training Injury Claims
By law, employers owe a duty of care to employees. This means they must provide adequate training to increase the safety of their employees and others involved in the day-to-day operations of the company. If an employer fails to provide necessary training, and an employee is injured as a result, the employer may be held liable for negligence.
Inadequate training may result in serious injuries, including:
- Falls from scaffolds, ladders, or other equipment
- Skin burns from chemicals or hot objects
- Back injuries due to improper lifting or inadequate lifting equipment
- Electrical shocks from improper use of equipment or machines
- Long-term medical conditions from inadequate safety procedures
- Other injuries from improper use of tools and machines
Federal and state laws uphold the health and safety of employees. If an employer fails to provide necessary training, work breaks, and safety equipment, he or she will be held liable for negligence in court. You can file an inadequate training injury claim against your employer to seek the financial relief you need for your injuries.
Learn How Our Firm Can Help
The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC represents clients injured at work. Proving your injuries were caused by inadequate training requires evidence, and our Atlanta injury lawyers can investigate your incident and build your case. We can request copies of medical records, look at accident reports, collect witness statements, and analyze your company’s health and safety regulations. Whether you need help filing a claim, or you need someone to stand up for your rights in court, our firm can provide tenacious representation throughout the process.
Call our firm at (770) 629-9321 today to learn how our passionate attorneys can help.