Workplace Risks for Manufacturing Workers

The assembly line in North Carolina factories can be a dangerous place. Although workers in different types of manufacturing environments perform different tasks, the risks they face are similar across the entire manufacturing sector. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has outlined these risks, including:

Accidents in Manufacturing Jobs

Working in the manufacturing industry carries the risk of serious injury, even when safety regulations are followed. Some of the most common types of injuries sustained by factory workers include:

Common Injuries in Manufacturing Jobs

Many types of physical injuries take place throughout the manufacturing industry. Our firm helps injured workers with these claims:

How Riddle & Brantley Can Help

You have a right to a safe workplace. Both state and federal law require employers to keep their workers safe from harm, and in an environment that will not pose an unreasonable danger to the health and wellbeing of employees. If employers ignore Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and you have been injured on the job, Riddle & Brantley can help.

As an experienced workers’ compensation law firm in North Carolina, you can expect caring client service and care from the lawyers and staff at the firm. We are aggressive advocates for injured workers, and we have recovered millions in damages for our clients during our years in practice.

We have the highest possible peer review ratings, AV Preeminent® from Martindale-Hubbell®, and one of our firm’s partners, Chris Brantley, is a State Bar Certified Specialist in workers’ compensation law. Attorney Adam Smith is also certified as a Specialist in workers’ compensation. You can be confident that we will seek justice and full compensation for your work-related injuries.

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