Walmart employs more than 2 million workers and is the largest grocery retailer in the United States. With so many workers, on the job accidents and injuries are bound to happen. If you work for Walmart and suffer a job-related injury, you are entitled to workers’ compensation. In this blog, we discuss workers’ compensation claims for Walmart workers.
Common Walmart Worker Accidents & Injuries
Walmart stores have numerus departments and services that consist of a variety of different employment positions.
Common positions at Walmart stores include:
- Delivery Driver
- Cart Attendant
- Forklift Driver
- Inventory Receiver
- Sales Floor Associate
- Warehouse Worker
Although each of the positions listed above have their own unique job duties and demands, each is physically demanding in its own way.
The physical demands that Walmart workers must endure often result in the following types of workplace injuries:
- Back Injury
- Head Injury
- Shoulder Injury
- Neck Injury
- Slip & Fall Injury
- Knee Injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Ankle Injury
If you work at Walmart and suffer an injury, you should immediately seek medical attention and report your injury to your supervisor as soon as possible. Once you have reported your injury, you should contact an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer.
San Antonio Worker’s Comp Attorney
At The Law Offices of George P. Escobedo & Associates, PLLC, we are here to guide you through your workers’ compensation claim.
Our skilled legal team can help you pursue the flowing types of workers’ compensation claims:
- Temporary Total Disability
- Temporary Partial Disability
- Permanent Partial Disability
- Workers’ Compensation Settlements
- Lifetime Medical Benefits
- Vocational Rehabilitation