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The powerhouse of the online retail giant Amazon is their warehouse workers. So many people are used to clicking a button at home and having their packages arrive one or two days later, and this is all made possible by the people working in an Amazon warehouse. However, the team at DiMarco Araujo Montevideo knows that Amazon warehouse employees face serious injury risks every day. Our San Bernardino Amazon warehouse workers’ compensation claims attorneys are dedicated to helping injured workers.
COVID-19 has changed the workplace landscape for millions of Americans, particularly those who work in Amazon warehouses. As more people shop online due to stay at home orders, Amazon warehouse workers are busier than ever. However, these workers face an increased risk of contracting COVID-19. Unfortunately, there have been many reports of Amazon warehouse workers contracting coronavirus. Worse, reports suggest that Amazon has not notified workers of COVID-19 cases at the warehouses they are employed at.
Under California law, employees should receive workers’ compensation for any injury or illness that can be linked to the workplace. This includes COVID-19. At DiMarco Araujo Montevideo, we will fight to ensure that any Amazon warehouse worker who contracts COVID-19 receives full workers’ compensation benefits.
Amazon does not have a strong track record when it comes to worker safety. Amazon warehouse workers have physically demanding jobs, and they are often pressured to fulfill a certain amount of orders per hour in order to maintain deadlines. These workers are responsible for breaking down bulk packages into singular items, labeling products, managing inventory, filling orders, loading delivery trucks, and more.
Warehouse work is inherently dangerous as it is, even more so when employers push for unrealistic deadlines. Some of the most common causes of on-the-job injuries for Amazon warehouse workers include:
Amazon warehouse workers can sustain a wide range of injuries, which can include:
Most Amazon workers who sustain an injury do not have the resources or legal experience necessary to properly defend their case if a claim is denied or delayed. An Amazon warehouse workers’ compensation attorney will conduct a thorough investigation to establish a link between your injuries and the workplace.
They will gather all evidence necessary, including any available video or photo surveillance, eyewitness statements, medical records, warehouse safety records, and more. Using this information, your attorney will negotiate with all parties involved to secure the compensation you deserve.
If you or somebody you care about is an Amazon worker that has sustained an on-the-job injury, you may need to seek legal assistance. At DiMarco Araujo Montevideo, our qualified and experienced team is dedicated to helping injured Amazon workers secure the compensation they need, which can include:
When you need an Amazon warehouse workers’ compensation claims attorney in San Bernardino, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or by calling (909) 436-4610.