Mississauga Industrial Injury Attorneys

Injured on the Job? Talk to Our Mississauga Attorneys!

Industrial occupations carry a higher risk of catastrophic injury or death than other jobs.

Those who work in or around the following face potential dangers everyday:

  • Lost wages
  • Gas & Oil Refineries
  • Mines
  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Construction Sites

That, however, does not change the responsibility of industrial employers to provide the safest workplace possible. This includes providing proper workplace facilities, training, and equipment. Unfortunately, despite state and federal regulations, many industrial employers fall well short of fulfilling their duty. In many cases, the industrial laborers may experience severe or fatal illness as the result of exposure to toxic chemicals, gases, and hazardous materials such as asbestos.

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We stand up for the rights of injured workers and the families of those who have lost a loved one to an industrial accident or disease.


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  • Millions of dollars recovered in verdicts and settlements
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Protecting Industrial Accident Victims

Our experienced team has helped many injured workers and their families recover physically, emotionally, and financially. We can help you get medical and rehabilitative care, counseling, and the financial resources to afford them. To learn how we can help you recover from a life-changing industrial injury or loss of a loved one, contact an injury lawyer at Hurt in Mississauga. We can help you understand your options for claiming compensation from those responsible for your loss.

Together, by holding the responsible companies and employers accountable for their actions, we may also help prevent the same or similar industrial accidents from harming others in the future.

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Accident Prevention

While our workplaces are less dangerous as a result of its success, unfortunately, industrial injuries caused by falls, plant explosions, exposure to toxic chemicals, electrocution, and other causes of workplace injuries are still common. Industrial workers are surrounded by workplace hazards that have potential to cause a serious industrial injury or death. Fortunately, most industrial injuries are preventable, and by increasing awareness of industrial injuries and the hazards that cause them, proper safety training can reduce the risk of serious industrial injury and death.

If you are aware of a hazardous or dangerous condition that threatens the health and safety of workers in a workplace, you should notify your employer immediately. If an injury occurs after an employer has already been advised of an unsafe condition but has not taken action to correct it, the employer may be liable for the injury and, if found liable, should be punished.

By seeking punitive damages on behalf of injured workers, industrial injury lawyers can hold them accountable and help to make the workplace safer for others.


Industrial Injury Victims

If the industrial employer participates in the Province’s compensation insurance system, an injured worker or family of a killed employee may seek medical, disability or death benefits through a workers’ comp claim. The employee or family does not need to show the employer was at fault to recover. However, these benefits are limited to certain time periods, and not all employers carry workers’ compensation insurance.

If an industrial worker suffers a mental or physical disability as a result of an industrial accident or injury, and the disability has lasted or is expected to last for more than a year, the worker may be eligible for OHIP benefits in addition to other relief.

If your industrial employer carries workers’ compensation insurance, then your sole remedy would be through a workers’ comp claim. However, a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit can be filed against employers who do not participate in workers’ compensation system or when the accident is the result of especially reckless conduct or the negligence of a co-worker or third party. In many cases, a personal injury or wrongful death claim may provide greater compensation than would otherwise be available.


Talk to an Industrial Accident Lawyer

At Hurt in Mississauga, we take an aggressive approach to prosecuting injury cases. We exhaustively research and investigate our clients’ claims, take depositions, request documents, and consult with mechanical, engineering, and medical experts to develop our cases. By the time we arrive at the negotiating table, we are thoroughly prepared to secure a fair and full settlement, or take their case to a judge, jury, or arbitration panel. In many cases, we have been able to persuade the other side to make the settlement offer, which provides a much timelier resolution for our clients than trial and allows them to start the next chapter. Knowing that settlement is not always an option, our attorneys also thrive in court.

If you have questions about your rights in the aftermath of a serious industrial injury or industrial accident, contact our lawyers today. We can answer your questions, evaluate your case, and help you understand your options for claiming just financial compensation.


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