Welding Accidents

West Virginia Work Injury Lawyer

Tens of thousands of construction workers are injured in welding accidents each year, leaving them seriously injured and requiring considerable time and money to recover. If a welding accident was the direct result of an employer’s negligence, it may be possible for our skilled West Virginia workplace injury lawyers to hold them accountable by way of a personal injury claim.

With more than 30 years of experience and hundreds of millions of dollars in financial compensation behind us, Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC is more than ready to handle your injury claim quickly and effectively. We understand what is on the line when you are seriously injured, and we put stake our reputation on every client we work with.

What can happen in a welding accident?

Welding is inherently dangerous given the high temperatures and pressurized gasses utilized.

Common injuries in the welding process include:

  • Eye injuries
  • Fatigue caused by overworking, double shifts, or multiple shifts
  • 2nd and 3rd degree burns
  • Dizziness due to inhalation of fumes
  • Fires connected to sparks and the presence of gasoline or other flammable substances
  • Workers with insufficient workspaces

There are OSHA regulations regarding welding, cutting, and brazing that, if ignored by employers, can entitle injured workers to compensation. The West Virginia work injury attorneys at the Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC can discuss your case with you to determine if you have a viable case and what you can expect during the process.

Construction Workers Have Rights

A successful claim could bring the financial damages to cover any hospitalization or surgical procedures your injury might require. This can also include any lost wages from work and the pain and suffering you have endured.

If your employer or the owner or general contractor of the site was negligent in some way, this could leave them open to be held accountable by our firm. We can fully investigate the accident in which you were hurt to determine who is responsible and recover the compensation you need.

Call our firm today at (304) 716-4575 to discuss your case with us!