Help, I Got Injured While Working at Kroger! More Inside

With over 2,000 stores across 34 states, Kroger is one of America’s largest retailers hiring over 400,000 people in different positions such as car attendant, cashier, bagger and so on. Kroger was established back in 1883, and it has grown over the decades to become one of America’s well-known groceries and home improvement stores. Kroger stores tend to be monstrous, so managing them may present a logistical nightmare, and it is not uncommon for workers to get injured due to the sheer size of the stores and a laissez faire attitude when it comes to mitigating hazardous working condition. As an injured Kroger employee, you are entitled to automatic compensation via workers’ compensation as long as you can prove that a work condition caused your injuries. That said, don’t expect to get the compensation you truly deserve without contacting the services of an experienced Kroger workers’ compensation attorney.

Are you a worker at Kroger who suffered an on-the-job injury? Please contact us NOW at (773) 900-5566 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. Over the years, McCready Law has helped hundreds of injured workers in different  industry and our over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience is testament to our excellence and staying power as well as our propensity to achieve the best results for our clients, both present and past. Please contact us NOW at (773) 900-5566 to learn more about how you can maximize your Kroger’s workers’ compensation claim. We work on contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t charge you anything during the duration of the legal claim until we recover a favorable amount of compensation for you. Serving all injured Kroger workers countrywide.

Here are some of the most common injuries sustained by Kroger workers:

  1. Slipping on slick surfaces due to spilled water, juice and other liquids
  2. Having boxes filled with products fall onto you
  3. Tripping and falling on poorly maintained carpeting
  4. Getting stuck inside an industrial refrigerator
  5. Getting attacked by a customer who never should have been allowed inside
  6. Getting injured due to being asked repeatedly to carry extremely heavy boxes
  7. Suffering a traumatic brain injury as a Kroger driver operating a malfunctioning vehicle

Kroger Workers’ Compensation – What are The Facts?

It is important to note that Kroger may or may not subscribe to workers’ compensation laws in your state. This means that in some states, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the corporation because workers’ compensation protection simply doesn’t exist, making it vital that you follow up on compensation via civil court channels such as personal injury. In addition, Kroger isn’t in the business of paying out claims because management believes that being just and generous with one claim will encourage an avalanche of claims coming their way from other injured workers.

Attorneys for Injured Kroger Workers – Call Us Today!

As such, and in order to avoid having your claim as an injured Kroger worker doubted, you want to make sure to hire the services of a Kroger workers’ compensation law firm such as McCready Law to lock in on your benefits. An attorney will help in the discovery process and apportion fault to all responsible parties, present your case before a deputy commission for a workers’ compensation hearing, and will negotiate a favorable injury settlement for you, as an injured Kroger worker. Need more information? Please contact us NOW at (773) 900-5566 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.