You Have A Right To Safe And Secure Workplace
California employers are subject to strict requirements under the law to ensure the safety and well-being of their employers. In situations where employers fail to meet those safety standards, the law provides remedies for employees who have been put in danger. Employers who fail to take required safety precautions for their workers are subject to various enforcement mechanisms afforded by California and federal law.
At Romero Law, APC, we are committed and empathetic legal advocates for employees. If your employer has failed to provide a safe work environment, you have a right to compel them to comply with the relevant regulations and compensate you for the risks to which you’ve been exposed as well as any harm you may have suffered. We are experienced litigators, and we embrace an aggressive approach in the courtroom. We take cases that other law firms won’t because we have earned a long and successful record, and we are confident in our skills. In our first meeting, we look forward to explaining in greater detail why you can put your confidence in us.
Experience In A Wide Range Of Workplace Safety Regulations
Every workplace is unique, and some come with more physical dangers than others. But even in a white-collar office setting, it’s possible to get injured. That’s even more true at factories, construction sites and crowded commercial kitchens.
Some of the most common hazards in workplace environments include:
- Slips, trips and falls
- Getting caught in the moving parts of a machine
- Fire and explosions, exacerbated by inadequate exits and signage
- Vehicle accidents during work-related travel
- Head injuries, scrapes and back injuries resulting from working in confined spaces
- Violence by co-workers, permitted guests and intruders
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that employers provide adequate safety measures and regularly maintain and inspect equipment that poses a risk to workers’ safety. If your employer has committed OSHA violations, we can help you file a workplace safety lawsuit.
Get Workplace Safety Support At A Free Initial Consultation
If you’ve been injured at work, or fear that you might be due to unsafe conditions, you should talk to a lawyer right away. To learn more about our services, the first step is to schedule a free initial consultation. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, so you don’t pay anything until and less we win your case.
Our bilingual law firm offers services in both English and Spanish. Se habla español.