Montgomery County Work Injury Lawyer
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Many injuries occur "on the job", whether that job is in a factory, a construction site, or a retail store. Often, a person injured on the job is entitled to workers' compensation benefits, which includes some portion of the person's lost earnings, as well as payment of medical bills. Workers' compensation benefits do not, however, cover all of the damages which may be sustained through such an injury.
It many workplace injuries, a third party, other than a person's employer, can be identified as a party which may have been negligent or careless and responsible for the injury. Examples include an outside contractor who was responsible for providing fall protection or barriers in a construction site; an independent maintenance company which improperly maintained machinery which caused the injury; or careless janitorial services which left unprotected slippery areas in which someone could fall.
At Morris Wilson, P.C., our Montgomery County personal injury lawyers evaluate every serious workplace injury carefully, looking below the surface to determine the identity of parties who, because of their carelessness, should be responsible for the injury and damages caused.
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Even if you have or are receiving workers' compensation benefits due to injury at work, you may also be entitled to make a claim for your additional damages against a person or company other than your employer, who may have been responsible for the condition which lead to your injury.
If you have questions about a claim resulting from a workplace accident, contact us.