Your workplace should be a safe place free from acts of violence by co-workers, managers or people unrelated to your employer. Unfortunately, violence does occasionally occur in the workplace, and it is important to know your options if you become injured. Each year, an average of nearly 2 million U.S. workers report having been a victim of violence at work, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). And the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics puts the number of annual workplace homicides at about 400.
Workplace violence cases require an attorney that has extensive knowledge in criminal law, civil litigation and workers’ compensation laws. Samuel Dagan has a massive amount of experience in handling workplace violence cases through his time with the District Attorney’s office, civil courts and Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. By having extensive knowledge in each of these three areas, Mr. Dagan has been able to achieve results unmatched by other attorneys. Mr. Dagan has achieved awards from multiple courts for injuries arising out of single incidents
Examples of workplace violence cases Mr. Dagan has successfully litigated are as follows:
- Assaults With Deadly Weapons And Armed Robberies
- Physical Assaults By Co-Workers
- Physical Assaults By Armed Security Guards
- Sexual Assaults and Sexual Harassment By Managers
- Intentional Infliction Of Psychological Pain/Bullying
- Workplace Homicide And Workplace Death Including Psychological Injuries To Witnesses Of
If you believe you have been a victim of workplace violence, call 858-487-6500 or email and Mr. Dagan will meet with you in a free consultation to go over your options.