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Truck Driver Injuries And Workers’ Comp


There are many in the United States who rely on the trucking industry to earn their income. According to one report, there are approximately two and half million truck drivers navigating American highways and roads, and everyone one of these drivers could sustain a truck driver injury at some time during the course of their career.

With such a high rate of truckers on American roadways, it makes sense that there are occupational injuries in the field. If you are a Maryland trucker who was injured on the job, you deserve workers’ compensation to assist you in your healing process. To explore your options, talk to a Baltimore workers’ compensation lawyer.

Different Types of Truck Driver Injuries

Trucking is a physical job, and there are times when truck drivers sustain injuries when they slip or fall. This could occur because of an uneven ground surface, poor weather conditions, or inadequate lighting. While truckers do what they can to avoid injury, such as wearing work shoes that give them traction, sometimes accident risks are unavoidable and a worker in the trucking industry is harmed.

Because it is a physical line of work, overexertion can also be an issue. While truckers who move containers are trained in how to lift and lower heavy objects, overexertion from moving boxes or other packages is still possible. If the injury is severe, a long recovery time may be required in order for the truck driver’s muscles to heal properly.

After an Injury, File a Workers’ Comp Claim

If you were injured on the job, as a truck driver or in another industry, be sure the injury is reported, you will want it on record that the harm happened on the job. Next, you can file a workers’ compensation claim to access the financial resources you need.

Enlist the support of a Baltimore workers’ compensation lawyer. Your attorney will take all the necessary steps, including gathering evidence and making sure deadlines are adhered to for any initial filings and moving the dispute to a hearing when pushback for paying out on a claim is experienced. There are situations where Maryland compensation claims are denied, but your attorney can keep pushing for compensation.

When you are suffering from an occupational illness or injury, you need to focus your time and energy on healing. A workers’ comp attorney can communicate and negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf, they can even gather evidence including medical records to prove you deserve compensation. Also, they will assist you through the appeals process if a claim is denied.

Do you need compensation while you are recovering from a truck driver injury? You need to connect with a legal professional who knows how to access funds for individuals who have sustained workplace injuries. To get started, contact the attorneys at Iamele & Iamele, LLP. Our lawyers know how to obtain the financial recovery you deserve. We are committed advocates for injury victims and Maryland workers, everyone is entitled to the protections promised them. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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