Advocating for Workers’ Rights

At the present time, thousands of jobs a week are disappearing in the wake of automation and other production efficiency techniques. Black and white, we will all be harmed unless something grand and imaginative is done. The unemployed, poverty-stricken white man must be made to realize that he is in the very same boat with the Negro.”

Martin Luther King, Jr. (1965)

The quote above is just as relevant today as it was in 1965.  Brian Elston Law shares Dr. King’s concern in its workers’ compensation practice.

Working class jobs are dwindling by the day.  Hence, when an on-the-job accident takes an employee out of work, an employee’s concern for job security is an increasingly important aspect of a workers’ compensation claim. In short, just because an employee is hurt doesn’t mean that they have to lose their job.

Brian Elston Law advocates for employees injured on the job.  The goal is simply not only to ensure that an employee maintains their current employment situation, but also is protected in the future.  Whether it is compelling an employer to provide vocational rehabilitation, pursuing additional medical treatment beyond what the employer is offering, or ensuring the employer is complying with an employee’s job restrictions, Brian Elston Law protects its clients.

In this day and age, employment can be scarce and hard to find.  Brian Elston Law works with individuals to protect their employment dreams, and thanks Dr. King for his work.

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