Miami Work Injury Lawyers

Workplace Accident Attorneys in Miami, FL Successfully Handle Work-Related Personal Injury Claims for Clients in Miami-Dade County and Throughout Florida

Workplace injuries can be catastrophic, and they can prevent you from earning a living, supporting your family, and living a free, independent life. As a Hispanic-owned law firm of Spanish-speaking legal experts, Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. understands how disconcerting it can be to suffer a workplace accident as an immigrant or informal worker and be faced with medical bills and lost income while being unsure about how to pursue a claim can affect your ability to work and live in the United States. Our Miami work injury lawyers have years of experience handling precisely these types of cases to assist our Spanish-speaking clients across South Florida, so we invite you to contact a work injury attorney in Miami, FL at our firm today for a free consultation regarding your legal options so you can understand your rights and what you need to do when pursuing compensation for your work injury claim.

Work Injury Attorney in Miami, FL Fighting for the Compensation You Need and Deserve

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, thousands of workers are killed in workplace accidents in the United States every year. Millions more suffer non-fatal yet serious accidents that require emergency room care.

The “fatal four” of workplace accidents are:

  • Slips and falls
  • Electrocution
  • Being struck by objects or materials
  • Getting caught in or in between machines, objects, or materials

Power tool accidents can also be catastrophic, and a wide range of defective construction and industrial machines can cause serious, life-altering injuries. Examples of defective machine accidents that we can help with include:

  • Guillotine cutters and shears
  • Power presses and milling machines
  • Jointers
  • Drills, nail guns, saws, and other portable tools
  • Barrels, containers, and drums
  • Abrasive wheels
  • Jacks-lever and ratchet tools
  • HVAC equipment
  • Power transmission infrastructure
  • Vehicles such as tractors, trailers, and forklifts

Miami Work Injury Lawyers

The backfire from defective tools and equipment can lead to:

A single accident can lead to tens of thousands of dollars or more in medical treatment expenses, not to mention the pain, suffering, lost income, and physical and emotional strain that accidents and injuries can place on victims and their families.

You should not have to suffer these losses if your workplace accident was caused by someone else’s negligence, including machine or parts manufacturers who directly or indirectly caused your accident, negligent drivers, or careless property owners. Contact Miami work injury lawyers at our firm to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve for your losses and that your rights are protected in a third party personal injury claim.

Protecting Workers Across South Florida Regardless of Their Work Authorization or Immigration Status

We are here to help regardless of the documentation you have or do not have. We provide services in Spanish. You can speak with a Spanish-speaking attorney and even read and sign documents in Spanish. We help immigrants, part-time workers, informal workers, construction workers, cleaning personnel, and workers from every background and industry fight for their rights and the compensation they are entitled to after a workplace accident caused by negligence.

We will do this by:

  • Investigating your accident
  • Connecting your accident to a third party’s negligence, defective product, or property condition
  • Quantifying your losses
  • Filing a third party injury claim for compensation
  • Handling police, health worker, employer, and insurer questioning on your behalf
  • Representing you in court if your case goes to trial

Remember that this applies to all workers, not just legal workers with the proper documentation. We are here to represent all communities, especially those who may be unaware of their rights, to ensure that they are covered for their losses and that they can continue living and working in the country without fear of reprisal from anyone.

About Work Accidents and Injuries in Miami, FL

Miami is a large metropolitan center for business, commerce, and culture in Florida. It is sometimes called “the Gateway to Latin America” and has a large Hispanic and Latino population. Miami is home to many large international banks, health service companies, and port and transportation businesses. Miami-based workers – even if they do not have proper work authorization or immigration documents – can contact Miami work injury lawyers at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. for our assistance with work-related accident cases caused by negligence.

Contact a Work Injury Attorney in Miami, FL at Gonzalez & Cartwright Today

Our legal team is just a phone call away. We pride ourselves on coming from a humble, hardworking background, and as a Hispanic-owned law firm, we specialize in assisting immigrant workers, part-time/seasonal workers, and Spanish-speaking workers in every industry and trade to navigate the legal system regardless of their personal, professional, legal, or financial background. We provide free case evaluations to handle third-party injury cases for our clients. Contact us today to set up a free, private, and confidential case evaluation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Work Injury Cases in Miami, FL

What’s the difference between a third party personal injury claim and workers’ compensation?

When it comes to personal injury claims, one must prove that another party was at fault; in contrast, a workers’ compensation claim does not require proof of fault. Personal injury claims can only be successful if the other party is found to have been negligent, which means that the other party must have done something wrong.

The following are some other variances between the two:

Workers’ Compensation Claims:
— Fault is not required
— Pain and suffering have no value
— There is no right to file a lawsuit against someone
— For employees only

Personal Injury Claims: 
— Fault must be established
— Compensates all losses
— Gives you the right to take legal action action an at-fault party
— Each and every injured individual qualifies

Third-party personal injury claims might arise from faulty equipment, defective products, or auto accidents in the workplace. Accidents at work might also be the result of a supplier-related incident. Depending on the circumstances of your work accident, you may be able to collect the maximum amount of compensation through a third party personal injury claim. Contact a work injury attorney in Miami, FL at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. for more information and assistance with your workplace accident case.

I’m worried about opening a case as an illegal immigrant. What should I do?

Contact a work injury attorney in Miami, FL at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. right away. You have rights, even as an illegal immigrant, and we work to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the fair treatment and compensation that you deserve. It can take time to build a strong case and gather all of the evidence, especially if you are required to undergo medical treatment or take time off from work. All of this can quickly become overwhelming for you and your family, so contact us as soon as possible so that we can handle the legal aspects of your claim and ease those critical burdens so that you can focus on recovering.

What People are Saying


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When I came over here, they treated me like family. I really appreciate it. I referred them to a couple of friends. I explained to my friends and family how the office treated me so good.

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