Handling Complex Intentional Workplace Tort Cases
Intentional tort cases are difficult matters. Your attorney must prove that, despite known dangers associated with a certain work condition, an employer continued to put an employee at risk by having him or her continue the job. The employer must have had prior knowledge of the hazardous condition that led to the injury. Intentional torts cases may involve exposure, equipment failures or unguarded machinery. Intentional tort cases can also apply in employment situations in which an employer may be held responsible for an employee’s actions. This can include workplace injuries involving industrial and manufacturing accidents.
Kampinski & Roberts, LPA represents employees who have been injured because they were put at risk by their employer. Our skilled lawyers have decades of legal experience and a long history of positive results. Contact our Independence office now to schedule your free consultation.
We have represented many people with intentional workplace torts cases, including:
$1.5 million verdict: The owners of an apartment complex were found liable after a boy was sexually abused by an apartment custodian. The plaintiff contended that the apartment owners failed to conduct a background check on the abuser and that they were further negligent in keeping the offender on staff following a drug and pornography arrest.