UPS is an international shipping and logistics company that has over 450,000 employees. Although you might be hesitant to bring a claim against such a massive company, if you are injured on the job you have every right to receive the compensation.
UPS, like any other logistics service has the potential for injury. Employees move thousands of items each day from warehouse to truck to your doorstep. Any time items need to be moved quickly, employees are more susceptible to repetitive stress injuries, falling objects, and the hazards of operating heavy machinery.
If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation where you are injured while on the job at UPS we always recommend consulting an attorney.
How an Attorney Can Help
A legal battle against UPS can present you with a real David and Goliath scenario. Having an attorney at your side from the beginning can help level the playing field. An attorney that specializes in Workers’ compensation can help you begin the claims process, navigate the workers’ compensation timeline and ensure you earn fair compensation. This leaves you to focus on the most important thing – recovery.
More Specific Advice on Your UPS Workers Compensation Claim
More questions will arise as you go through the process and your attorney will be able to answer all of those. For now, here is our guide for prepping for your workers compensation claim against UPS:
*The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against UPS, or any other party, you may not be entitled to any compensation.