Third Party Causes of Action Stemming from Work Injuries
San Antonio Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Passionately Advocating
for Workers’ Rights
According to state
workers’ compensation laws, if you are an employee who is injured on the job, you are unable
to sue your employer for compensation regarding your injuries. The reason
for this is because you are only limited to the compensation that is accessible
under the workers’ compensation system of your particular workplace.
While this may put you in a difficult position, particularly if your expenses
are high, there is a solution our San Antonio workers’ compensation
attorneys may help you obtain if necessary.
third-party shares the responsibility for your injury or accident, our legal team
at The Law Offices of George P. Escobedo & Associates, PLLC can fight
to obtain the compensation you need for your costly medical bills, loss
of work or wages, and pain and suffering. For example, if you are a construction
worker who suffers an injury at the job due to the negligence of a subcontractor
or worker from another company, you may have a case against the careless
party. Additionally, if you are injured in a slip and fall accident while
at work, our legal team can hold the property owner held accountable.
As you can see, there are a number of alternatives when it comes to workers’
compensation. Therefore, it is essential you enlist the help of our San
Antonio legal team as soon as you are
injured, so as maximize your chances of obtaining the successful results you deserve.
Contact Our San Antonio Workers Compensation Attorneys Today
Have you been injured on the job due to a third-party cause of action?
If so, our San Antonio workers’ compensation lawyers of
The Law Offices of George P. Escobedo & Associates, PLLC want to help you through this difficult time with ease. We are dedicated
to guiding our clients through even the most challenging or difficult
of workers’ compensation cases. Don’t settle for less--allow
us to fight for you.
Don’t hesitate to call us and
speak to a member of our firm today.