GE Power Electronics Workplace Injury Law Firm

in Columbia and Charleston, SC

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Employees in any industry assume some degree of risk. Some industries, including gas turbine manufacturing, can pose significant dangers. No employee should assume that an injury, no matter how minor it seems, is “part of the job.” 

You could be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits if you sustained an injury working for GE Power Electronics. Find out more about common injuries reported by gas turbine manufacturing workers. You’ll also learn why people choose Dayson Shalabi Burkett Law Firm, LLC, to represent them after workplace injuries happen.

Injuries on the Job in the Gas Turbine Manufacturing Industry

A man holding the back of his neck, as someone might after sustaining a GE Power Electronics workplace injury.

Manufacturing gas turbines requires many steps, including working with heavy machinery, gas, chemicals, and tools. When something goes wrong in such a serious line of work, the results can cause severe injuries or fatalities.

Common GE Power Electronics workplace injuries include:

  • Amputated limbs
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Back injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Burns
  • Chemical-related injuries
  • Bone fractures

What to Do After a GE Power Electronics Workplace Injury

Workplace injuries can leave anyone wondering what to do next. And this isn’t a time when you want to make avoidable mistakes. Completing these next steps ensures you get timely medical treatment. It also gets your claim underway fast, something you’ll need to potentially recoup medical expenses and lost wages through workers’ compensation.

Here’s what to do after a workplace injury:

  • Seek medical attention right away.
  • Report your injuries to GE Power Electronics.
  • Get statements from witnesses if any exist.
  • File your workers’ compensation claim ASAP.
  • Contact a workers’ compensation attorney.
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If you sustained an injury while working at GE Power Electronics in Greenville, South Carolina, contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Dayson Shalabi Burkett Law Firm, LLC. Reach our experienced lawyers at 803-973-0304 for your free consultation.

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