Third Party Work Injury Claims
Trusted Legal Counsel from an Orlando Workers' Compensation Lawyer
On worksites, especially busy and industrious construction sites, many employees are coming and going. There is often much commotion during working hours, which means that it is far too easy for an employee to be injured at any given moment. That employee can choose to file a workers' comp claim, which can help aid in recovering the costs of medical bills and lost income.
Did you know, however, that some employees may still yet be able to file a third-party claim? If you have been injured at work, you may be able to recover personal injury benefits in addition to workers' comp claims. Ask our Orlando workers' comp attorneys today about your legal options! We have over 25 years of legal experience and are board-certified in workers' compensation.
What Claims Can I Make?
Third-party claims allow injured employees the ability to provide even more compensation. It can cover costs that workers' comp would not typically provide, such as pain and suffering, emotional anguish, and other incidental expenses that were related to your particular accident.
Here are some examples of the types of third-party claims:
- An employee gets injured in a car accident by another negligent driver
- An employee is injured by poorly maintained equipment at a construction site
- An injury occurs on property belonging to someone other than the employer
As cases involving both third-party and workers' comp claims can have many legal complications and there may be some limits under the law. Having a qualified lawyer on your case is essential. At our firm, we work to minimize errors on your claim so that you can maximize your coverage.
We attentive to detail and professional through every step of the legal process. Contact us today to request a free case review! We are here to look out for your best interests.