Filing a Third-Party Negligence Claim in Worcester
When you get hurt on the job, it isn’t always your fault. And sometimes, it isn’t even completely your employer’s fault. So who’s to blame? Sometimes a third party can be at fault for a workplace injury. When you file a Worker’s Compensation claim, your damages will only include medical bills and partial lost wages. To recover damages for your emotional suffering or grief, you need to bring a suit against a third party.
For Worker’s Compensation Questions and To See If You Can File Against A Third-Party, Call Eden Rafferty Today.
Here are some examples of when a third party contributed to an unsafe environment that may have caused your workplace injury:
- If you were using faulty or defective equipment
- If you were endangered by a non-employer individual
- If you were endangered by vendors or contractors
- If you were unsafe because of the property you were on (owned by a third party)
If you have a valid claim, you could recoup much more than you could with just a Worker’s Compensation claim. You can recover for emotional damages, significant grief, past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. The only way you will know for sure if you have a valid claim against a third party is if you call Eden Rafferty for a free case consultation.