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What should I do when I am injured at work?
The injured worker should also take photos and videos of the accident location (if possible) to document the injury. The worker should also seek medical attention immediately and inform medical professionals that injuries occur on the job. It is important for the injured worker to provide specific details about how and how the accident occurred and say what happened during the job.
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Many of our clients only speak Spanish. Each of our employees speaks, reads, and writes Spanish. Jack Epstein, our lead attorney also speaks Spanish. This is a great advantage since you can speak directly to your lawyer without the need for a translator.
The attorneys at the Epstein Law Firm are available to speak to you in Spanish or English. We have appointments in the afternoon or evening and the first consultation is free.
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