Working people should not have to risk their lives to make a living and support their families… Yet every day, millions of Americans are forced to work with little to no safety protections while big businesses and corporations profit off our lives. – AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka1
On a weekly basis, at least 1,000 Americans are killed on the job. To remember these lives and try to prevent deadly work accidents, regulators and advocates worldwide are taking today, April 28th, to celebrate International Workers’ Memorial Day.
Promoting this commemoration, Hassakis & Hassakis is presenting the following infographic to uncover some of the most shocking – and essential – facts associated with workplace deaths in the U.S.
Share this infographic with others today to raise awareness and bolster support for this important commemoration. And please contact us if you have been hurt on the job or if you have lost a loved one to a fatal work accident. Our lawyers are ready to help you obtain the justice you deserve.
Contact a Mount Vernon Workers Compensation Lawyer at the Law Firm of Hassakis & Hassakis, P.C.
After any type of workplace accident, you can turn to an experienced Mount Vernon workers compensation lawyer at the Law Firm of Hassakis & Hassakis, P.C. for aggressive legal advocacy as you get on the path to justice and recovery.
To contact us and find out more about how to get on the path to financial recovery, call (800) 553-3125 or email us using the contact form on this page. We can provide you with a free, thorough assessment of your case, along with professional advice regarding the best manner in which to move forward.
1: Statement made for International Workers’ Memorial Day, 2015