Every day, FedEx delivers millions of packages across the globe. To deliver these packages on time, they require a workforce of over 400,000 employees. This means people, machines and packages quickly moving around the warehouse, which increases the potential for workplace injury.
If you are in the unfortunate situation where you are injured while working for FedEx we always recommend consulting a lawyer.
How an Attorney Can Help
Facing a massive corporation like FedEx on your own can be a daunting task, however having an expert at your side will make it a little easier to make sure you get the compensation you deserve. An attorney can help you navigate the timeline, collect evidence and maximize compensation so you can focus on recovering from your injury.
More Specific Questions About FedEx Workers’ Compensation
Your attorney will be able to answer any additional questions you have along the way. For now, here are some FAQs about your FedEx workers’ compensation claim:
- Can I file a claim against FedEx* for emotional distress?
- Can I file a claim against FedEx* if I was working offsite?
- Can I file a claim for cracked ribs while working at FedEx*?
- Can I file a claim for frostbite while working at FedEx*?
- How long do I have to file a claim against FedEx*?
- How long does it usually take to file a workers' comp claim against FedEx*?
- How much is my workers' comp claim worth if I was in a vehicle-related FedEx* accident?
- I was hurt working as a FedEx* freight handler, what should I do next?
- I was hurt working in a FedEx* warehouse, what should I do next?
- Will I be fired if I was injured at FedEx*?
- What are my rights when I file a claim against FedEx*?
- What evidence should I gather for my workers' comp claim against FedEx*?
- When should I settle my workers' comp. claim against FedEx*?
- I Had a Herniated Disc Injury Working at FedEx*
*The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against McDonald's, or any other party, you may not be entitled to any compensation.