Fulfillment Center and Delivery Workplace Injuries

Fulfillment Center and Delivery Workplace Injuries

Despite having immense wealth and resources, the workplaces of some of the wealthiest companies in the world are the most dangerous for their employees.  In the age of online shopping and consumer expectations of rapid deliveries, many workers are exposed to extremely difficult work conditions working in warehouses, factories, and making deliveries. 

When employees of these large companies are injured on the job, they are often cast aside as damaged goods or sent back to the same jobs that cause further injury to the worker. At Karp Steiger, we have handled and continue to handle a large number of cases on behalf of workers injured at fulfillment centers and many delivery companies. If you or a loved one were injured while working at a major fulfillment center delivery company, call our group of experienced attorneys today at 216-358-OHIO to determine if you may be entitled to compensation.

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