Practice Areas OSHA Violations
Here at Chain | Cohn | Clark, we represent the rights of those who have suffered injuries in the workplace. OSHA, which stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, exists to regulate and protect the safety of employees in each and every field of work in the United States. From construction and oilfield work to medical work, OSHA protects them all. Here at Chain | Cohn | Clark, we work closely with OSHA to represent the rights of those who may have suffered violations in the workplace.
OSHA regulations exist for a reason. If you feel that any of your rights have been violated, first try talking to your employer or human resources representative. After you do that, or if that is not possible, then you will need to file an OSHA violation complaint. Once the complaint is filed, your employer will be notified. If necessary, OSHA will perform an at-work inspection and the case may or may not have to go through the legal system.
The OSHA Act provides workers the right to a safe and healthful work environment. Here’s a breakdown of what worker and employer rights.
All Workers Have The Right To:
In addition to the provided reporting information here, there is even more you can do with the help of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. You can learn more about your rights as a worker HERE. Or, you can file a whistleblower complaint if your employer retaliated against you for exercising your rights as a worker HERE.
After you file your claim, you may find yourself in need of professional legal representation. Often, signed claims filed by fax or mail will require the eventual assistance of a legal professional. OSHA violation lawyers can help with everything from filling out and filing the initial paperwork to potentially representing you in a court of law. The professional OSHA violation and work injury lawyers here at Chain | Cohn | Clark are standing by to help you. Give us a call at (661) 616-9829 to schedule a free consultation today.
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