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Workplace Injuries for Welders, Cutters and Solderers

Minnesota’s industries and businesses have a great need for skilled welders, cutters, and solderers. These occupations require years of training and strong attention to detail, but no matter how many safety precautions workers follow, they can still suffer workplace injuries.

The legal team at Fields Law Firm knows how important workers like you are to our state’s economy, and we want to help you make the right decisions after your injury. Over the years, we’ve developed a reputation for helping injured workers, and now we want to help you. Get free advice by dialing 1-888-343-5375 or complete a free online form.

Common Injuries for Welders, Cutters, and Solderers

Some of the most common injuries for people who do welding, cutting, and soldering include:

  • Eye Injuries
    Welders and cutters are required to wear thick helmets that protect their faces and eyes from toxic fluids and intense heat and light. If workers receive poor quality equipment, they can suffer severe eye injuries, and they may even lose their vision.
  • Burn Injuries
    Welding, cutting, and soldering metal require the use of high heat that is often close to the body. Workers who don’t have proper training or safety equipment may receive serious burns while working.
  • Inhalation Injuries
    Using heat and dangerous chemicals to weld, cut, and solder metal produces gases and vapors that may be inhaled by nearby workers causing internal injuries, functional damage, cancer in the lungs and throat, and even fatal injuries.

What to Do After Your Injury

The time after your welding, cutting, or soldering injury can be confusing. You know you need help, but you may be hesitant to contact a lawyer because you don’t want your employer to find out. At Fields Law, we make private communication with clients our top priority. Get free and confidential advice – Get Fields! today.

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