If you need a San Bernardino knee, ankle, and foot injury attorney, you can count on the team at JML Law to help. Our knowledgeable and experienced team understands that these injuries can alter your ability to earn an income. They can also affect your ability to perform daily household tasks. You need to be compensated for your injuries. We will get to work today and ensure you get the benefits you deserve.
Workplace lower extremity injuries make up a significant portion of the total work injuries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) tells us that there were around 2.8 million workplace injuries or illnesses during the latest reporting year. Using recent year data, we know that there were:
Some of the most common knee, ankle, and foot injuries that happen in the workplace include:
There are many ways that knee, ankle, and foot injuries happen in the workplace. One of the most common ways these injuries occur is falling. Other common causes of these workplace injuries include:
Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) often occur when an employee is tasked with repeating the same motions with their lower extremities over long periods of time. Most RSIs and other leg injuries are preventable if employers ensure that workers are properly trained and have the equipment they need to perform each task.
These injuries can be life-altering. At best, a workplace knee, ankle, or foot injury will limit your mobility for a few weeks. This can see a temporary loss of income. However, if your injury is serious, it can impact your ability to complete daily activities. If you are unable to return to work for long periods of time or a permanently disabled, you could be put into financial jeopardy.
If you or someone you love has sustained a working knee, ankle, or foot injury, you may need to secure legal assistance in order to get the benefits you deserve. At JML Law, we are going to get to work on your case immediately. Our dedicated and experienced team understands that you need compensation, so let us work on securing the following:
Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident,