Posted On: April 23, 2010 by Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney

Small Propane Explosion Injures Arizona School Worker

According to this article on www.azcentral.com, a cafeteria worker at Hillcrest Middle School in Glendale, AZ was taken to the hospital with minor burn injuries on April 8.

A spokesman for the local Fire Department said that the 30-year-old woman was changing a propane tank in the cafeteria when a small amount of the gas ignited, burning her hands and face.

She was taken to a local hospital to be treated for minor burns.

This woman would be well advised to contact an experienced Worker’s Compensation attorney. Any worker who has sustained an injury arising out of and in the course of their employment has a potential workers’ compensation claim. The injury can occur while traveling on business, doing a work-related errand, attending a required business-related social function, or even while on a break or using restroom facilities and you are still legally covered by workers compensation. Some types of workers’ compensation injures include construction injuries, repetitive stress to a body part, and environmental hazards.

By law, it is required that every company in Pennsylvania carry Worker’s Compensation Insurance in the case an employee is injured on the job, becomes ill due to circumstances surrounding their job, or even if death results from their job.

Whether your injury was a simple slip and fall, or involves serious injuries and property damage, the experienced Philadelphia workers’ comp attorneys at Cherry, Fieger & Marciano can help you to get the monetary compensation that is owed to you to help pay for medical bills, physical therapy, loss of work, and more.