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Got Injured While Working at Panera Bread? Doing THIS May Get You Compensated

Workers' Compensation

Panera Bread is something of an enigma, as it’s come out of nowhere to become and extremely popular brand over the last couple of years. Started back in 1987, Panera Bread often took the back seat with regard to competition as Americans indulged in their taste for fast-food and unhealthy fare. After decades of poor health and wanting something different, many Americans started looking for healthy options, and Panera Bread was right there, waiting. With its varied menu of wraps, sandwiches, healthy breads, hot and cold soups, Panera Bread has everything you need to help you maintain a healthy weight and sunny disposition. It is estimated that there are over 2,000 Panera Bread locations around the country, and the company hires over 140,000 employees. Panera Bread sees massive profits with each passing year as more and more people jump on the healthy eating bandwagon. However, one concerning thing about their business model is their disregard for worker safety and their emphasis on profits above all else. The government’s work safety agency OSHA is tasked with enforcing safety regulations for just about every industry that makes up America’s work force. These regulations are not only clear, but they are helpful and also save lives. Supervisors, business owners and managers are expected to be up to speed with regard to what is contained in these regulations so that workers can be kept safe. If you got injured while working for Panera Bread, an element of negligence is most likely the proximate cause of said injuries, due to not following OSHA regulations. To this end, you want to make sure to get in touch with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney, and we’re here to help with that.

Are you looking for a best workers’ compensation attorney for injured Panera Bread workers? Please call us NOW at (773) 906-4833 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. the experienced fast-food workers’ compensation lawyers at McCready Law bring to the table over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience where we’ve helped individuals just like you get compensated after they were injured on account of the negligent or careless actions of other people or large corporations. McCready Law is different, as we are one of the few law firms that are not afraid to litigate, as seen by the over SEVENTY cases we’ve taken to court and won large settlement amounts for our clients. Litigation is the only way you’ll receive compensation if the claim is hotly contested, and the insurance company is refusing to be reasonable, as they are in most cases. In addition to having a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), we take on cases on contingency fee basis, and what this means is that there are NO UPFRONT FEES whatsoever when it comes to your case as these are levied at the very end of your claim. Regardless of where you are in the country at the moment, we can help: please call us NOW at (773) 906-4833 to speak with one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys – the call is ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Here are some of the ways in which you may get injured while working at Panera Bread:

  1. You may slip and fall on juice or coffee spilled by other workers and not mopped up in a timely manner
  2. You may trip and fall as you walk out of the premises due to cracked tarmac or pavement outside the store
  3. You may suffer a back and neck injury after boxes of merchandize fall on you at the store due to improper or negligent

Experienced Workers’ Compensation Attorneys for Injured Panera Workers – Call NOW!

Don’t expect Panera Bread management to do the right thing and provide you with compensation – it is important to first of all take photos and video of the accident scene as well as the contact information of any witnesses, and then head over to the ER even if you feel fine so you can get cheeked out and a medical report written up. Lastly, you want to reach out to us at (773) 906-4833 so we can help you with your claim. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.