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Injured CVS Worker? Start Here for Compensation

Workers' Compensation

It is estimated that 1 in 2 Americans is taking some form of prescription medication long-term. What this means is that you may at one time have had to head over to CVS in order to get your prescription filled or refilled. CVS refers to a chain of pharmaceutical and beauty dispensing stores that are found in just about every town in America. Originally started by two brothers and a Scandinavian investor, the chain of store has grown exponentially in order to become one of the largest employers of Americans, with an estimated 300,000 individuals working for CVS in one capacity or the other. CVS has a number of employment opportunities available such as store clerks, dispensing experts, pharmacists, cashiers, inventory representatives, security, cleaners and so on. OSHA, a worker health and safety organization has laid out specific safety protocol that all employers must follow in order to keep their workers safe. As a CVS employee, you may be exposed to a number of different risks, from biological, to chemical, to ergonomic and so much more; however, it is assumed that your supervisor or manager should take reasonable care to protect you from such risks. If you got injured at a CVS store, you may be eligible for compensation, and we’re here to help you with that.

Are you looking for a best CVS workers’ compensation attorney? Please call us NOW at (773) 570-7899 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. The pharmaceutical injury attorneys at  McCready Law have garnered experience that spans over 90 YEARS where we’ve helped hundreds of people just like you get compensated after getting injured on account of the negligent and careless actions of other people and large corporations. One of our defining features that you will never get in other law firms is the fact that we are not afraid to litigate, as seen by the over 70 CASES that we’ve successfully tried in front of a Judge and jury and won on behalf of our clients. In addition to having a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), we also take on cases on contingency fee basis, and what this means is that there are NO UPFRONT FEES whatsoever during the processing of your claim, as these are levied at the very end of the whole process, and only when we’ve recovered compensation on your behalf. Regardless of your current location, we can help you get compensated – simply call us NOW at (773) 570-7899 to learn more; the call is ABSOLUTELY FREE!

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

  1. You may become exposed to chemicals that may be radioactive, carcinogenic or caustic while preparing medication doses for clients due to manager not following proper OSHA regulations
  2. You may become exposed to biological compounds such as saliva, blood, semen or fecal matter which may contain infectious viruses or bacteria due to poor or no training on the handling of biological material
  3. You may get injured due to lugging and carrying too many boxes in and out of the pharmacy without taking breaks or having any equipment to help with back support

Experienced CVS Workers’ Compensation Attorneys – Call Us Today!

It’s not uncommon for large businesses to deny claims or offer the injured lowball offers – this is because they are afraid that accepting one claim may create a precedence and an avalanche of sorts when it comes to others filing. In order to safeguard your CVS workers’ compensation claim, contact us TODAY at (773) 570-7899 to speak with one of us and learn more about how we can help. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.