Chicago, Illinois (July 20, 2012) – Neal Strom, a leading Chicago workers compensation lawyer, and his team are offering legal representation as well as legal advice and consulting services for workers who may have sustained injuries in the workplace as a result of negligence.
A Chicago workers comp lawyer can advise business owners as well. Business owners may also be held legally accountable should an employee sustain injuries from an accident in the workplace. Common accidents include slips and falls due to the existence of dangerous conditions in the workplace. We are here to protect everyone’s rights.
Employees can claim damages, especially if the business owner was aware of the problems but did not act to improve the safety of the work environment. Should a worker sustain an injury within the premises of the business establishment due to negligence, the most prudent move is to hire a Chicago workers compensation attorney.
The benchmark for establishing the duty of care imposed by the law on the owner is significantly higher if the person was an employee of the company as opposed to someone who was simply invited to visit the property.
Consequently, there is much less liability if the injured party was a mere trespasser. More importantly, however, no matter how a person enters a business establishment, the standard for care and the penalties for negligence remain a concern for business owners and employees alike. Clarifying all this is where a Chicago workers compensation lawyer can help.
As a renowned attorney, Chicago workers comp lawyer Neal Strom of Strom & Associates is committed to helping injured parties claim damages from the alleged negligent business owners for the injuries sustained, loss of income, medical expenses, and other attendant expenses.
About Strom & Associates
Chicago workers compensation attorney Neal Strom is a leader in his field. His practice Strom & Associates deals with liability cases including medical malpractice and nursing home liability cases. Call 312-609-0400 for a free evaluation today.