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Employers face the constant challenge of identifying and mitigating foreseeable risks. Our attorneys collaborate with workplace safety professionals to uncover these risks and take the required steps to abate potential harm.
Employers are often caught unaware of their responsibilities following a workplace accident. Additionally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) “Recording” and “Reporting” requirements are confusing, and improper recording or reporting may result in fines or increases in Workers Compensation insurance. McMahon Berger assists in post-accident investigations and informs clients whether an injury is recordable or reportable.
Employees can file what is called an 11(c) claim with OSHA, alleging retaliation for reporting concerns about workplace safety. McMahon Berger’s attorneys have substantial experience representing employers against such claims and can help guide you through what is necessary to defend yourself against one.
Advocacy before arbitrators, mediators, labor boards, agencies, and state and federal courts.
Vigorous pursuit of the best possible solution for each individual client.
Uncovering the facts needed to resolve employment and labor issues.
Legal assistance with labor and employment matters for nonprofit organizations.