Minnesota 3rd Party Liability Lawyers
If you were injured in an accident at work, you may be able to seek additional compensation for your pain and suffering by filing a third-party liability claim. If someone or something other than your employer, such as a negligent maintenance contractor or unsafe product, contributed to your injury, we can evaluate your case and help protect your legal rights.
Our Minnesota personal injury attorneys are available to answer your questions about third-party liability claims, so you can get the money you’re owed for your workers’ compensation or personal injury claim. Give us a call at 1-888-343-5375 or complete our free contact request form and GetFields! today.
Third-Party Liability Claims and Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ compensation coverage provides injured workers with the financial resources they need to pay for their medical treatment and support their families while they can’t work. But when parties other than your employer contribute to your injuries, you may be able to file a third-party liability claim for damages not covered by workers’ compensation benefits, such as pain and suffering.
Examples of third-party liability claims that can be filed in addition to workers’ compensation claims include:
- Auto Accidents
Workers hurt in auto accidents while working may be entitled to compensation beyond what is covered by workers’ compensation benefits.
- Defective Product Claims
When defects in heavy equipment, vehicles, and products used in the workplace cause injuries, workers can seek damages from the manufacturers.
- Premises Liability Claims
Employees can file third-party liability claims against maintenance companies, property owners, or construction contractors when their negligence causes injuries.
Do I Have a Third-Party Liability Claim?
Any injury claim may form the basis of a third-party claim – whether you were hurt at work or in another type of accident. At Fields Law, we’re Minnesota’s resource for injured workers. We’ll explain how to get the compensation you’re owed and the medical care you need to get better.