Third-Party Liability Claims Associated With Workers’ Compensation
There are situations when an individual who has sustained an injury during the course and scope of their employment has a personal injury claim in addition to their workers’ compensation claim. These third-party claims can arise when a third party, who is not your employer, is negligent and responsible for causing your injuries. One common example is a motor vehicle accident that occurs while you are performing your job duties. Other third-party claims can arise from faulty machinery or if an employer intentionally causes injuries.
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If you have been injured at work, the financial burden of your recovery may not be yours to bear. Call Meyer, Puklich, & Merriam at 952-444-9920 or email us to schedule an initial consultation and discuss your situation.