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Manufacturing Work Injury Attorneys

Factories and other manufacturing facilities are an integral part of Minnesota’s economy. Our state is known for producing goods in the technology and biomedical fields, as well as food and heavy industry products.

Because so many of our state’s workers are involved in manufacturing, the work injury attorneys at Fields Law Firm are dedicated to making sure they stay healthy and safe. If you or someone you love suffered an injury while working in a manufacturing job, give us a call at 1-888-343-5375 or complete a free form. We’re here to help.

Client Success Story
One of our clients suffered a severe low back injury while he was loading heavy cases at his employer’s manufacturing plant. As a result of this injury, he suffered from chronic pain and depression.

Our team worked with the client’s doctors to fight to get him the medical care he needed and to establish that he was permanently disabled as a result of the work injury. We helped the client obtained a $175,000 settlement for his case, which helped him to move past his unfortunate work injury.

What are some common manufacturing-related injuries?

Manufacturing jobs can cause workers to suffer a variety of injuries, but some of the most common in this line of work include:

  • Heavy Machine Injuries
    Many of the machines used in manufacturing operate at high rates of speed and with large amounts of force and power. If parts of workers’ clothing or body get caught in the machinery, they can suffer severe machinery injuries.
  • Forklift Accidents at Work
    Workers can suffer serious injuries, including crushing injuries and even impalements, when forklifts are operated without following safety procedures and protocols.
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
    People who work on assembly lines are required to manipulate small objects and equipment for hours each day. Over time, the stress can cause repetitive stress injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis to develop.

The legal team at Fields Law knows the complexities and confusion that you may experience after a manufacturing injury. That’s why we’re here to answer your questions and address your concerns. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Give us a call – we’re here to help.

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