Jacksonville Beach has an estimated population of 21,849 and is the largest town in the Jacksonville Beaches community in Florida. Also referred to as “Jax Beach,” Jacksonville Beach’s population has increased by 4% and is a major part of Duval County. As a bustling coastal town, Jacksonville Beach brings in several tourists and draws more and more residents every year. With tourism being a huge part of the economy in Jacksonville Beach, tons of other jobs contribute as well.
Many employees working in Jacksonville Beach do not like to admit that injury or illness does arise out of or in the course of different types of employment. When federal and state rules of procedures and safety regulations are ignored by employers, contractors, or managers, a working environment can become dangerous, thus putting workers at risk of injury or even death.
When an employee develops an illness or suffers an injury due to an unsafe working space, a wide range of factors not only influence their physical and mental health, but also their financial security. If an employer is negligent and permits safety risks to go unnoticed or if employees are not property trained and personal injury or wrongful death occurs as a result, workers’ compensation benefits may not be enough to fully compensate injured victims and their families.
At Farah and Farah, our skilled Jacksonville Beach workers’ compensation lawyers have helped many injured workers hold negligent employers legally responsible for their injuries and suffering. When challenging employers for a work-related injury or illness, you need an attorney who is highly skilled and knowledgeable in Florida workers’ compensation law and personal injury litigation. Contact Farah and Farah today to learn more about how we may be able to help you receive compensation to pay for past and future lost earnings, pain and suffering, and medical bills. Get in touch with us at our Jacksonville Beach office today:
(904) 249 2585 472 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
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