If you are injured on the job, your employer, even if negligent, is immune from being sued if it carries workers compensation insurance. This benefit can be woefully lacking if you are seriously injured. There are still questions that must be answered before assuming you have no additional recourse. 1) Does your employer have a plan that actually qualifies as worker’s compensation insurance? 2) Is there a company or person other than your employer that has all or part of the responsibility for workplace safety? 3) Did someone working for another employer cause or help cause the accident? 4) Was machinery or equipment defective? 5) Were toxins delivered without proper instructions? Let an attorney help you answer these questions and more. Know your rights.