Four Decades Of Helping Injured Factory And Warehouse Workers

Factory and warehouse workers are at a high risk for being injured on the job. Lifting, bending and twisting are a routine part of these employees' jobs — and they are a major cause of injury. If you have been hurt on the job at a warehouse, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits.

For more than 40 years, the Phoenix law firm of Jerome, Gibson, Stewart, Stevenson, Engle & Runbeck, P.C., has provided services relating to workers' compensation claims for injured warehouse workers and other injured employees. We have helped thousands of injured workers obtain the benefits they need.

Common Warehouse Worker Injuries

Warehouse workers must often lift heavy objects, bend and twist, and transfer merchandise. They may also be hit by falling objects, slip and fall, be injured in forklift accidents, or suffer injuries in other ways.

We can provide assistance to injured factory and warehouse workers with workers' compensation claims that occur due to:

If you have been injured in a factory or warehouse accident, legal counsel for your claim may be helpful because of the location where your injury occurred. These injuries usually occur in warehouses, under the control of an employer, and you may need a lawyer to ensure that your claims are properly investigated and that all available information is provided.

Our attorneys can help you from start to finish with the complicated workers' compensation process, including assessing your eligibility for temporary or permanent benefits and medical care.

Get Your Case Evaluated By A Specialist

We focus on providing personalized attention for employees with workers' compensation claims. We are certified specialists in workers' compensation by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. The specialization is provided to select lawyers who demonstrate experience in and knowledge of workers' compensation.

We offer free case evaluations, and we handle all workers' compensation claims mainly on a contingency fee basis. Call us at 602-635-6561, or you may also contact us online. We have offices available in Phoenix and Tucson.