Got Injured While Working at Walgreens? Get Legal Help HERE
Whether you’re looking to fill up your prescriptions or shop for groceries or light snacks for game day, Walgreens is the place to be. With a shop in just about every corner in every town and city in America, Walgreens has cornered the service market and then some. Working at Walgreens means working in a fast-paced environment suited for individuals who don’t mind being on their feet for the duration of the day as well as dealing with customers of different persuasions and temperaments. Walgreens offers different work opportunities from store attendants to cleaners, to inventory clerks to accountants, cashiers, pharmacists and so much more. because of the fast pace at which work moves at Walgreens, it’s not uncommon for workers to be asked to work a little bit more as well as not take regular breaks. This sets the stage for the occurrence of injuries due to the impaired cognition usually seen in distracted or fatigued workers. OSHA is a government work safety agency that has clear guidelines on worker safety which are supposed to be enforced by the store manager or the management of any company. Flouting or breaking these OSHA regulations often leads to injuries, and the injured must be compensated or be made whole so they can continue being productive members of society. While workers’ compensation exists for this very purpose, it is key that you engage the services of an attorney in order to make sure that you get maximum compensation, and we’re here to help with that.
Are you an injured Walgreens worker seeking financial compensation? Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about your legal options. The experienced convenience store workers’ compensation attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience helping individuals just like you get compensated after getting injured on account of the negligent and careless actions of other individuals or large corporations. One of our defining features that you will never get in other law firms is the fact that we have extensive experience litigating cases, as seen by the over 70 cases we’ve litigated and won on behalf of our clients. Now, litigation is just about the only way to help catastrophically injured clients get the compensation they deserve as insurance companies are not fond of making large payouts even when the situation warrants it. Most law firms, on the other hand, go the insurance company negotiations route which may leave you high and dry after a few months, with your injuries still needing medical care as well as lost wages discontinued. In addition to having a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), we ensure that all cases are handled by a real attorney, and not a paralegal. Lastly, we take on all cases on contingency fee basis, which means that there are NO UPFRONT FEES whatsoever during the processing of your claim. Regardless of where you are in the country, we can help you get compensated if you got injured while working at Walgreens – simply call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 – the consultation is 100% FREE!
Here are some of the ways in which you may get injured as a Walgreens worker:
- You may become exposed to hazardous biological material such as infected blood or fecal matter due to lack of proper protocol when it comes to handling the same
- You may get a shoulder or back injury after being asked to carry unreasonably heavy boxes for many weeks without the appropriate rest or switching of shifts to other work duties
- You may slip and fall due to puddles of water left behind by the cleaning crew.
Experienced Walgreens Workers’ Compensation Attorneys – Call Us NOW!
It is important to go to the ER immediately after your injury as medical evidence carries the most weight when it comes to these cases. If you have a colleague at the site, ask them to take photos and video of the accident scene as this will serve as evidence attesting to the negligent circumstance that led to your injuries. Want to get started with filing your claim? Simply call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 – thanks, and we look forward to helping you.