Injured at Work? How You Can Hold an Employer or Third-Party Liable
Our Central Texas injury attorneys represent workplace accident victims, including employees harmed due to slips and falls, transportation accidents, machinery accidents, on-the-job violence, industrial accidents, construction mishaps and electrical incidents.
Have you been injured on the job? Sadly, each year, thousands of Americans are injured in accidents at work that result in:
- Back, neck and spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hip injuries
- Knee injuries
- Respiratory diseases
If you have been injured on-the-clock, make sure you talk to our Texas workplace accident lawyers about your legal rights. The Lonestar State has a very confusing workers’ compensation system that can be difficult for victims to navigate without legal aide. In many instances, employers do not subscribe to workers’ compensation plans—when this occurs, you may be able to file a lawsuit, seeking damages that can help you pay for medical bills, as well as compensate you for your pain and suffering.
Additionally, if your injury was the result of a mechanical mishap, a defective product, or another driver or a co-worker, you may be able to file a third-party lawsuit, holding a manufacturer, company and/or another person liable.
Although it may be difficult to do in the immediate aftermath of a workplace accident, speaking to our Central Texas attorneys is important. We can secure evidence including witness testimony, which can be incredibly beneficial to any injury claim.
Our attorneys have secured multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for workplace accident victims. For more information, view the video above. Our firm is deeply rooted in Central Texas, and our lawyers are well aware of the many dangers employees face at work.
Contact our experienced attorneys today for more information if you were injured at work. We handle all workplace accident cases with compassion and expertise.