What If A Third Party Caused My Injury? A Georgia Attorney Can Help.

Workers' compensation is a faultless system that is designed to compensate employees for work injuries regardless of whether the accident was due to an action by an employee or the employer. However, what if a third party caused your injury? In legal terms, a third party is any party who is not your employer or a co-worker. Vendors, suppliers, other visiting on-site workers and equipment manufacturers are all examples of third parties. When a third party's negligence leads to an accident, you may be able to recover additional compensation along with your workers' comp.

I am attorney David Garner and I have 18 years of legal experience. If you are unsure whether a third party was at least partly at fault for your accident or injury, I can help. Please call my Marietta area office at 678-956-7338 or 866-204-5251, or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation.

You May Be Entitled To Additional Damages

When a negligent third party is responsible for an accident that results in a serious injury, it may be possible to recover compensation through a personal injury lawsuit in addition to any workers' compensation benefits.

I thoroughly investigate workplace accidents to help determine whether a third party may be held liable. This is especially important when a worker has suffered a catastrophic injury. In these cases, workers' comp benefits rarely cover all of the losses caused by the injury. Workers and, in cases involving fatal accidents, surviving family members often require additional compensation to help pay bills and to make up for the loss of income.

I Have The Personal Injury Experience To File Third-Party Injury Claims

As an experienced lawyer, I understand what it takes to successfully handle third-party lawsuits in workplace accident cases. For a free consultation, please call my Dallas law office at 678-956-7338 or 866-204-5251, or contact me online.