At Weinberg Law Offices, we understand that suffering injuries while at work can cause an immense amount of stress.

You may be unable to return to work while you heal and likely have significant pain from your injuries.

If you need a Los Angeles workplace injury lawyer, we are here to represent you with the dedication you deserve.

Feel free to get in touch with our knowledgeable attorneys at Weinberg Law Offices today for more information. We can assist you in receiving the compensation you need for the injuries you have sustained.

Types of Accidents in the Workplace

Injuries on the job can happen due to a variety of accidents that may occur. Below are some of the most common kinds of accidents we can assist Los Angeles workers with.

Slip-and-Fall Accidents

A slip-and-fall is relatively common on the job. A worker might slip and fall because of a poorly maintained work area or inclement weather. 

Other causes of a slip-and-fall accident may consist of the following:

  • Poor lighting,
  • Uneven walking surfaces,
  • Icy walkways, or
  • Spills on the ground.

A slip, trip, and fall can cause injuries ranging from a sprain to broken bones to head injuries. Consider reaching out to our attorneys for assistance in receiving the necessary compensation.

Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries frequently take place in the workplace and can keep workers from participating in their jobs.

These injuries can happen due to not having any breaks from physical labor or improper lifting of objects. Workers can also get hurt if they manually lift cumbersome objects without help.

Falls from Heights

Falling from heights causes an immense number of injuries and deaths every year. This is especially the case in the construction industry.

In fact, 42% of deaths in the construction industry were connected with falls between 1982 and 2015.

Struck by or Against an Object

When a person has sustained a “struck by” injury, there was an impact between an object and the worker. Examples of this might be a crane load or crane parts striking a worker, which causes them to suffer severe injuries or death.

Striking against an object frequently occurs to the following types of employees:

  • Farmers, 
  • Loggers,
  • Truck drivers, and
  • Carpenters.

If you suffered injuries in the workplace, you ought to reach out to a knowledgeable lawyer who can help you recover compensation. Consider contacting us for more information. 


It can be excruciating to heal from injuries resulting from electrical shocks or burns. This is a far too common occurrence in industries such as construction, manufacturing, and the leisure and hospitality industry. 

Electrical shocks and burns can take place because of the following:

  • Operating electrical equipment in wet conditions,
  • Coming into contact with power lines that have fallen, or
  • Hazardous power connections.

There are multiple other problems that could cause electrocution. Reaching out to a lawyer if you have suffered any of the above is crucial. We can help you recover damages for medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.


An entanglement injury results when a worker gets stuck in equipment or machinery. This can happen due to hair, jewelry, or clothes getting trapped in spinning or moving parts.

Most Common Workplace Injuries

Due to hazards present in the workplace, there are numerous injuries that a worker might sustain on the job.

We understand that these injuries can be excruciating, result in expensive medical bills, and even keep an individual from working. Some of the most common workplace injuries are below.

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can happen due to any number of accidents on the job. Slips, trips, and falls frequently cause workers to suffer this type of injury.

Broken Bones

Workers can experience broken bones in various industries, particularly in the construction industry. If an object crushes an employee or they fall from heights, this can cause grave damage and lead to a permanent disability. 

Spinal Cord Injuries

Employees can sustain spinal cord injuries if they do not get assistance lifting heavy objects or do not use equipment to help them lift. Some kinds of spinal cord injuries involve:

  • Cervical spinal cord injuries,
  • Thoracic spinal cord injuries,
  • Lumbar spinal cord injuries, and
  • Sacral spinal cord injuries.

Any of the above can significantly alter the course of an individual’s life. Allow our attorneys to help you financially recover so that you can focus on healing.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A worker can also suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive motions at an office job. Symptoms of carpal tunnel may consist of:

  • Tingling down your arm,
  • Numbness or pain in the fingers, or
  • Loss of coordination.

Ensure that you reach out to an experienced lawyer at Weinberg Law Offices if you have carpal tunnel syndrome. We are here to fight for you so that you can recover the compensation you need.

How Should Records Related to a Workplace Injury Be Maintained?

According to OSHA’s record keeping requirements, employers must hold records at the workplace for a minimum of five years. Employers have to post injuries from the past year every February to April as well.

When it comes to severe injuries, an employer has 24 hours to send in a report if there is an amputation or hospitalization, for example. An employee losing an eye would also trigger this requirement. 

Does My Accident Qualify for a Lawsuit?

Employees often recover financially for their injuries through workers’ compensation. However, workers’ compensation does not always fully cover the damages you have sustained.

In addition, if your employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance, you will potentially be able to file suit. This will depend on the specific facts of your claim.

Moreover, if someone besides your employer caused your injuries, you might also be able to file a claim.

Contact a workplace accident lawyer at the Weinberg Law Offices for further advice. We can help you determine whether you can file a lawsuit in your particular circumstances. 

How Our Workplace Accident Lawyers Can Assist You

Our workplace accident lawyers are here for you if you have experienced severe injuries in Los Angeles. We will fight for you every step of the way, no matter whether you have a big or small case.

At Weinberg Law Offices, we believe in treating every person’s claim with diligence and commitment.

For more information, contact us today at 818-824-6721.

Disclaimer: This content should not be construed as legal advice.