That is sure to be one of the questions investigators are seeking answers to, after three YouTube employees were injured by a female shooter when she opened fire on their San Bruno, California campus at lunchtime on April 3. Nasim Najafi Aghdam, who turned the gun on herself after her spree, is believed to have harbored a long-standing grudge against the media-sharing website, relating to their restrictions on her animal rights content. While there is little information available with regards to why the 39-year-old committed the act, law enforcement officials have confirmed there are no apparent links between Aghdam and her victims.
Following Tuesday’s shooting, a 36-year-old man is in critical condition, while a 32-year-old woman suffered serious injuries, and a 27-year-old woman is currently in a fair condition.
Thankfully, we can safely say that most of them on the job injuries cases we have successfully handing during our four decades of experience have not involved a shooter appearing at the workplace. However, regardless of how dramatic the circumstances surrounding your on the job injury were, the consequences could have a lasting effect on your life. If you are the main earner in your family, the loss of wages alone could be disastrous, never mind the medical bills which are bound to be mounting by the day. Whether you are unable to earn temporarily, or unlikely ever to return to the work you once did, a Los Angeles on the job injuries attorney could help you recover the damages you deserve following:
No matter how you’re on the job injury presents itself, an experienced Los Angeles attorney could hold the legal expertise needed to achieve a successful resolution to your case.
With over 40 years of experience, the Law Offices of Kropach & Kropach’s attorneys are expertly qualified to assist you with any type of on the job injuries suit. We understand that, aside from the physical pain and suffering associated with a workplace accident, the emotional effects and resulting financial hardship can be just as difficult to come to terms with.
Just one injury can significantly affect both your ability to do your job and support your family and how well you can manage other aspects of your life. Losing your health and financial independence can be devastating in any circumstances, and even more so when the incident in question was not your fault.