Sometimes a worker’s injury is not the result of their employer’s negligence. Sometimes another company, or its employee, can be at fault. If this happens, you may be entitled to bring a negligence claim against the non-employer third party.
Claims against non-employer third parties are not limited by the need to have a minimum whole person impairment of 15%. Such claims are also not restricted in the damages (money) that can be awarded. In a work injury damages claim, the only head of damage is loss of income, past, present and future. When a third party is sued, other heads of damage may be awarded such as future medical expenses, gratuitous care and general damages for pain and suffering.
If you are injured in any circumstances, you are welcome to contact the expert compensation legal team here at Taylor & Scott. We will offer you a Free Case Assessment. If we act for you, it will be done on a no-win/no-pay basis, meaning if you don’t win, we don’t get paid. This is our Guarantee to you.