Third-party workplace accidents
Sometimes, several different companies work at the same place at the same time. This is especially common at construction sites or events like conventions. If you sustained your injury due to something someone else did (or didn't do), you could have grounds to file a third-party workplace accident lawsuit. Common third-party workplace injuries include:
- Falls from a height
- Crushed by object
- Electrocution injury
- Burn injuries
- Injured by a defective product or machine
- Work-related car accident injuries
In order to successfully file a third-party workplace accident claim, you will likely need to prove that the person who caused your injury acted in a reckless or negligent manner. That might sound simple. But finding the facts to build a strong, third-party claim can be challenging.
How we can help you
Even if someone else clearly caused your accident, don't assume you will be fairly compensated for your workplace injury. In many cases, the person or business responsible for your accident will not admit wrongdoing. They may even try to blame you for causing the accident.
That's why it's important to have our experienced, legal team on your side, defending your best interests. We understand the laws governing third-party workplace accidents. We know what evidence to look for, what questions to ask and frequently consult with experts in their field.
We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation. And if you have any questions while we're handling your case, you can call us anytime, day or night. Our attorneys give out our cell numbers and home numbers.
*Note that our firm does not handle workers' compensation claims - we represent injured workers with third-party claims. If you need help claiming workers' compensation benefits, we can refer you to a workers' compensation attorney.