Protecting the Rights of Mississippi Workers Injured on the Job

Experienced personal injury lawyers helping families move forward from their offices in Southaven, Hernando and Olive Branch

Injuries are both painful and inconvenient. They can keep you from living your best possible life. When an injury is serious enough to need a lot of medical attention, or that it costs you your ability to feed your family, you can start to feel like you don’t have any options to move forward, or like you will never get out from under that injury again.

When you feel low, rely on Taylor Jones Taylor to help you back up. With over nine decades of combined personal injury experience, the lawyers use a team approach to offer aggressive and complete representation for folks throughout north Mississippi who have been hurt on the job. With multiple offices in Southaven, Hernando and Olive Branch, the firm is always nearby and right to fight for you.

Help for injured workers

Whether you need help filing for workers’ compensation or disability benefits, or want to bring a lawsuit against a negligent manufacturer or company, Taylor Jones Taylor can help you. The firm has successfully represented workers injured by:

  • Repetitive motions, such as lifting, bending or typing
  • Heavy machinery
  • Toxic compounds and materials
  • Falling objects, resulting in traumatic brain injuries, crush injuries or broken bones
  • Live electricity
  • Faulty ladders or scaffolding
  • Defective safety equipment, such as goggles or heard hats
  • Other workers behaving negligently
  • People speeding by on work vehicles or in their own personal vehicles, as in construction zones
  • Death

Though the firm helps people injured on construction sites most often, the attorneys are equipped to take on any and all workplace injury cases, no matter how challenging they are. As a Mississippi worker, you have rights when you are injured on the job, and the firm can help you uphold them.

Workers’ comp vs. personal injury lawsuit

How do you know which one to file? First off, if you are injured on the job you should always file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits: that right is protected by Mississippi law. You may wish to file a civil lawsuit, however, if your boss refuses to allow the claim, or if your injury was the direct result of a defective product. If you have suffered the tragic and unexpected loss of your loved one, you may be able to file a wrongful death suit. It is best to discuss these options with a lawyer who both understands your goals and your case, but who also knows what kinds of cases are successful – and how to build those kinds of cases.

Standing up for Mississippi workers

You work hard for your money. If you are hurt while doing that work, you may be entitled to compensation to help you pay your bills and medical expenses, and to put a little something away for the kids, too. Please call 662.342.1300, or fill out this contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation at the Southaven, Hernando or Olive Branch office of Taylor Jones Taylor. The firm helps families just like yours throughout Mississippi in towns like Cleveland, Clarksdale, Batesville, Oxford, Tupelo and Grenada. How can we help you and your family?