Massachusetts Airline Employee Injury Attorney
Air travel is a multi-billion dollar industry that transports millions of people all around the world every single year. As such, with thousands of planes in the sky at any given time, millions of people are required to work in this industry to make it happen. Whether you work as a flight crew member, traveling with passengers or payloads to and from their destinations, or you work as a ground crew member at your local airport, you face a unique set of challenges in your day-to-day duties.
Among those challenges is a significant injury risk. Not only do planes run the risk of injuring those inside, but those who work on them may find themselves exposed to toxic materials or have to lift heavy objects in order to load the cargo bay. Maintenance workers may have to handle extremely hot surfaces, or face the possibility of hearing loss due to the immense noise that jet engines can make. If you work in any of these industries and have been injured through the course of your work, you may be wondering what recourse is available to you, and what you can do to make sure you get the care you need while you recover.
Have you sustained an injury while working as an airline or airport employee? Contact Brooks Law today to request a case evaluation!
Quality Representation for Workers’ Compensation Claims
At Brooks Law, our workers’ compensation attorneys know the Massachusetts workers’ compensation system inside and out, and can provide you with the counsel and representation you need to ensure your claim is successful. We know what it takes to succeed in filing your claim, and get the result you’re depending on. Our team understands how devastating an on-the-job injury can be, and we make it our mission to provide you with the, compassionate representation that places your best interests at the center of all our legal decisions.
We can help you with the following types of on-the-job injuries that can all happen when working in the airline industry:
- Head & neck injuries
- Toxic substance exposure
- Hearing loss
- Burn injuries
- Over-exertion injuries
- Heavy machinery injuries
Whether you work on the ground maintaining airplanes to keep them safe, load the planes to make sure our luggage gets where we need to go, or you help in the air as a flight attendant or pilot, keeping us safe and comfortable while we get to our destination, you deserve the highest-quality representation when you suffer an injury on the job. At Brooks Law, we understand that workers’ compensation insurance companies are often not on your side and would rather protect their bottom line than help you get the care you need. We make it our personal mission to stand up for you through every step of the process, and we make sure you get the representation you need so you can get the solution to your case that you’re looking for.
For more information or to obtain representation after you have been hurt in an aviation industry job, contact Brooks Law today and start working on your workers’ compensation claim!