Albertville, Alabama is the largest city in Marshall County and boasts a population of about 21,000 people. It is part of the Huntsville-Decatur combined statistical area. According to a recent year's data, Albertville has an average weekly income of $741, which is lower than the Alabama average of $964.
Albertville is home to the Mueller Company, which produces fire hydrants and consequently is known as the "Fire Hydrant Capitol of the World." Other industries located in Albertville include poultry plants operated by Wayne Farms, Pilgrim's Pride, and Tyson Foods. Additionally, Mitchell Grocery Corporation is a distribution center for more than 200 supermarkets in the Southeast. Newman Technology, an auto parts manufacturing facility, also operates in Albertville.
While workplace injuries can occur in any office or workplace, those who work in plants and factories in Albertville are especially susceptible to workplace injuries that would fall under Alabama workers' compensation laws. If you or someone you love has been involved in a workplace injury, contact us as soon as possible to ensure you are fully compensated in accordance with Alabama law. You can reach us here
or at 844.LAW.TALK
Albertville Worker Wage Statistics
The average entry hourly wage in Marshall County is $9.82. Also of note: The median hourly wage is $14.19; the mean hourly wage is $18.28; and the hourly wage for an experienced worker is $22.50. The industry breakdown in terms of jobs in Marshall County is as follows:
- Manufacturing: 32.6%
- Retail: 12.8%
- Healthcare & Social Assistance: 9.6%
- Accommodation & Food Services: 9.3%
- Educational Services: 6.4%
- Administration & Support & Waste Management Remediation Services: 4.9%
- Wholesale Trade: 3.5%
- Public Administration: 3.4%
- Construction: 3.4%
- Other: 3.4%
The average annual salary in Alabama for all types of work is $42,636, as opposed to an average annual salary of $29,510 in Marshall County.
Albertville Workers' Compensation Attorneys Ready to Help You
If you live and work in Albertville, whether in an office or in one of the city's industrial plants, the skilled Albertville workers' compensation attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. are a short distance away and are ready to help you with your on-the-job injury claim. Our attorneys are well versed in the Alabama workers' compensation laws and have decades of experience handling on-the-job injury claims for the citizens of Alabama. In fact, our attorneys have handled workers' compensation claims in every single county circuit court throughout the state. The Alabama workers' compensation laws can be complicated, and you risk losing medical and monetary benefits without a skilled workers' compensation attorney on your side. Rest assured that the workers' compensation insurance company for your employer will immediately go to work gathering evidence to try and defend your workers' compensation claim.
The Albertville workers' compensation attorney at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. have assisted thousands of workers throughout the state and stand ready to help you. We will invest considerable time, money, and resources into your claim to ensure you are compensated in a manner that is fair to you and in accordance with the workers' compensation laws in Alabama. Your consultation is always free and confidential, and we don't get paid unless we recover for you. There is no financial risk to you and your family when hiring our law firm. Call us at 844.LAW.TALK
or reach us online here