Efficiency models, cramped storage spaces, pick rates and hourly quotas result in worker injuries from the unsafe manual handling practices they inevitably produce.
No amount of safety pronouncements can disguise the business model which relies for its profits on workers taking safety shortcuts and injury risks to maintain their employment.
And machinery accidents from forklifts and stackers are common.
You have every right to choose a lawyer with detailed knowledge of how distribution and fulfilment centres work, the systems they put in place that promote employee risk-taking and the machinery used widely in the industry.
You are entitled to choose a law firm with decades of experience in logistics and warehouse accidents.
Our expert team will look closely at your hourly and daily pick demands, the machinery provided, the physical confines of the space, the accessibility of storage tiers and talk to all available witnesses to formulate the employer absence of care issues.
Proven accident-related past and future income loss, loss of superannuation, unpaid care from family members and friends, pain & suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and other losses that apply to a particular worker or contractor’s circumstances will all be recovered.
Our service terms ensure you are kept informed all the way and that our people are always available to address concerns. Our up to the minute communication and data systems ensure claims are conducted promptly, efficiently and at a lower cost.
Out-of-court compensation settlements can often be achieved but contested hearings with witnesses are all part of our service.
An expert team member is available to meet with you at our Brisbane Head Office – close by to major courts and insurers as well as medical and safety expert consultants – or at our P.A. Hospital office or at our Browns Plains Medical Precinct satellite office.
Call or email today to get expert advice from a warehouse and logistics industry compensation expert at Carter Capner Law.