What did OSHA find at your worksite? Contact us to learn more about OSHA investigations.
It is possible that OSHA had investigated the very problems that led to your injury. It is possible that after you were injured OSHA made determinations as to what went wrong. These records could be very important to proving who was at fault and to gaining for you the compensation you may deserve from other parties who may have caused harm to you.
However, it is not always easy to get OSHA to provide these records. One thing that your attorney can do is issue a FOIA request (Freedom of Information Act). This should be issued as soon as possible to the applicable OSHA office to determine what was known before and what has been discovered by OSHA since your accident. These records may be crucial to proving your case.
In addition, it is important to know whether OSHA standards were complied with prior to and at the time of your injury. Contact our lawyers now to see how we can assist you in learning more about what happened on the day you were injured.