Third-Party Workplace Injury
Attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky
Several different companies are often working on the same construction site. A subcontractor or another company may cause an accident. When they do, that’s called a third-party workplace injury.
While construction sites are the most common place where people deal with third-party workplace injuries, it’s something anyone could face at any workplace. If a person caused an injury at your workplace and that person does not work for your employer, you may be dealing with a third-party workplace injury.
What Is a Third-Party Work Injury?
Third-party work injuries can be extremely complicated to deal with from a legal standpoint. Since the company that caused the accident is not the worker’s employer or even the company overseeing the construction project, there can often be a lot of paperwork and legal red tape that prevents injured construction workers from getting the compensation they need for their injuries. Dealing with insurance companies can be especially complicated given all the different parties involved in such cases.
Contact Us for Trusted Personal Injury Advocacy for Your Third-Party Work Accident
At the Slechter Law Firm, we have years of experience dealing with third-party workplace injury accidents in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. A workplace injury lawyer at our firm can meet with you and review all the details of your case.
We help you decide what to do after your accident and thoroughly investigate your case. We can deal with insurance companies so you can focus on your recovery. We’re here to help you. We’re on your side.
Even if your accident appears straightforward, there might be issues you didn’t even consider. That’s what we’re here for: to help people just like you. Reach out to our Louisville office for a free case evaluation today. You can email us, call us, or visit our office. Whatever works best for you.
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