According to WJLA, on November 30, a United Airlines flight attendant sustained injuries when a pilot hit the brakes suddenly to avoid a collision at Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
Officials reported that United Airlines Flight 379 to Orlando began to taxi to the runway around 8:30 a.m. when the pilot made an unexpected stop to avoid striking an airport service vehicle. A flight attendant that was standing in the aisle was harmed during the startling stop and was transported to a hospital.
The operator of the service vehicle was ticketed for violating airport safety regulations.
I Was Injured on the Job. What Do I Do Now?
As attorney David M. Schloss states in the video above, if you are injured on the job, you should file a workers’ compensation claim. Workers’ compensation is designed to provide injured workers monetary benefits and medical treatments for job-related injuries in lieu of the injured worker filing a lawsuit against the employer.
For 30 years, our attorneys have successfully obtained substantial monetary compensation on behalf of individuals who have been injured or killed due to dangerous conditions on the job. One client had this to say about our firm:
“I know how hard you worked on both of my cases. You are quite remarkable when it comes to dealing with stressed out individuals that email you quite often, not to mention any names. Seriously, you’ve done an outstanding job and I recognize all you’ve done on my behalf and for that, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Workers’ compensation benefits vary depending on the nature and extent of your injuries. If you need the assistance of a workers’ compensation attorney, speak to one of our attorneys today to tell us about your situation and circumstances. We understand what you are going through and want to hear your story. Feel free to comment below or you can visit our Facebook page to tell us more.
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