Cedar Rapids Manufacturing Accident Lawyer

Industrial and manufacturing facilities can be dangerous places to work. The work often requires heavy lifting and/or having to repeat the same motions many times each day, which can cause repetitive stress injuries. Such activities can simply wear out certain body parts. Manufacturing and industrial workers face elevated risk of:

  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Neck injuries

If you have been injured on the job, you need to know that you have rights under the workers' compensation system. Unfortunately, your employer or the insurance company that provides workers' compensation coverage to them may not respect those rights.

Having a skilled and experienced attorney there to ensure that you receive the workers' compensation benefits you deserve can be crucial to your successful recovery from your injuries and your return to work.

Committed To His Clients And Their Needs

At Mark L. Chipokas PC, attorney Mark L. Chipokas has been helping people in our area overcome the challenges of being injured on-the-job for more than 20 years. He understands what workers go through when serious injuries strike and he knows how to make the workers' compensation system function properly for his clients. Mark L. Chipokas works to develop a personal relationship with each of his clients. Knowing the exact impact an injury has had on someone's life, and the lives of that person's loved ones, allows Mark to build exceptional cases for his clients that help them secure the maximum benefits.

Contact Iowa Industrial Injury Attorney Mark L. Chipokas

If you have been injured in a manufacturing accident, you need to ensure that you receive all available workers' compensation benefits. Cedar Rapids manufacturing accident lawyer Mark L. Chipokas has been helping people for more than two decades; let him help you build the strong case you need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 319-423-8011, toll free at 800-723-2598 or simply contact Mark's office online.

No Recovery, No Fee

Workers' compensation cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. Attorney fees are collected only if compensation is recovered for you.