If you have gotten injured at work, there's a high likelihood that your employer will have to pay for at least some of your medical costs as well as lost wages. However, not all employers are going to want to pay for injuries and they are going to want to try to not pay for anything. If that happens, there are things that you can do.
The first thing you need to do is going to establish liability. If you were doing exactly what you should've been doing in a normal and usual manner and something happened to you, then you are likely not liable for your injury. For example, if you were using a particular machine with all the safety guards in place, wearing safety gear, and are following all the safety protocols, then you had no fault in your accident. However, if you weren't doing one of those things, for whatever reason, then you may have problems and may have to blame at least part of the fault for your accident.
See a Lawyer
You are also going to have to see a lawyer. Your lawyer can do a lot of things for you. One of the things they can do is to help you figure out what is happening with your liability and your fault in the accident if you aren't sure. The attorney will tell you how the liability and fault in the accident can affect your case and what you can expect the lawyers for the other side to talk about or do. The lawyer will also look at all your medical records pertaining to your injuries from the accident and how they affect the rest of your life. For example, if you have to use some kind of mobility device to assist you in getting around for the rest of your life, that may limit what you can do at your job, depending on what your job is. Using mobility aids may also significantly affect your life outside of work, for example, you may be an avid outdoorsperson and the injury means that you are unable to go out and hike or climb the way that you used to.
If you have been injured at work, you want to make sure that you get the help that you need. A good attorney can help you with your case and help you get what you deserve.