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03
MAY
2018

Postal Worker Injured When Car Spins Out Of Control

An employee of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has been hospitalized after an out of control car slammed into a USPS delivery truck in Miami. A USPS spokesperson said that the employee, a letter carrier, was taken to a local trauma center.

The Miami Police Department said that a black Chrysler 300 was traveling at a high rate of speed when the driver appeared to have lost control. The Chrysler hit a street light, bounced off of a business and hit the USPS truck. The driver and passenger of the Chrysler were transported to the same hospital with minor injuries. Police stated that the man and woman gave inconsistent statements about who was driving. The evidence appears to show that the woman was not the driver. The injuries suffered by the USPS worker were not life threatening.

USPS Workers’ Compensation Benefits

More than 100 years ago, the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) was put in place for purposes of providing workers’ compensation benefits to federal employees who have been hurt at work. These benefits are critical to keeping injured postal workers and their families going while he or she is recovering from injuries that were suffered on the job. Although Evan M. Ostfeld, Esq. does not handle Federal Workers’ Compensation cases, his office will gladly refer you to other lawyers who may be able to assist you. In any event, Evan is a straight talking, no nonsense Coral Springs workers’ compensation and personal injury lawyer with twenty five (25) years of experience. As such, he commonly handles the following types of cases for injured workers:

  • Motor vehicle accidents.
  • Slip-and-falls and trip-and-falls.
  • Dog bites.
  • Repetitive motion disorders.
  • Injuries in the work place.

If an employee is hurt on the job, it’s vitally important that he or she be fully informed of their rights and benefits under workers’ compensation law. If you or a family member has been injured while working, contact Coral Springs workers’ compensation lawyer Evan M. Ostfeld, Esq. right away at (954) 227-7529, (866) I SUE YOU (866) 478-3968, evan@attorney4life.com to arrange for a free consultation case review. Mind you that there are no legal fees or costs due unless his law firm wins in court and/or you obtain a lump sum settlement.

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