Third-Party Claims Lawyers In Birmingham

Seasoned Attorneys Helping Clients Who Have Been Injured In The Workplace Throughout Jefferson County & Beyond

Many people who were injured in workplace accidents are unaware that they may be entitled to receive financial compensation in addition to their workers’ compensation benefits. If you were hurt on the job, you may be able to pursue a third-party personal injury claim and recover compensation for pain and suffering and other damages not covered by workers’ comp.

The personal injury attorneys at the Liddon Law Firm have a record of success in a wide range of workplace injury cases, including those involving third-party claims. To arrange a free initial consultation about your case, please contact our office in Birmingham.

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

A third-party claim is a workplace injury case filed against a third party — someone other than your employer. Our lawyers will examine the facts of your case to determine exactly what happened, and who was at fault. Often, we find that a third party caused or contributed to the accident that injured our clients.
Common scenarios include accident involving:

Defective products: Were you injured on the job by a defective tool or piece of machinery? Whether you were harmed by defective heavy equipment or by a defectively designed coffee maker, you have a right to pursue financial compensation for damages.

Motor vehicle accidents: If you were injured in an auto accident while driving as part of your job, the other driver and his or her insurance company may be held responsible for damages.

Other workers: Were you injured by the negligence of someone other than your employer or a co-worker? If so, you may be eligible to file a third-party claim. Electricians who leave hot wires dangling, workers who fail to warn others of a hole in the floor, or a rental company that installs a scaffolding incorrectly may all be held responsible.

Property owners: Your job duties may bring you onto property not owned by your employer. If dangerous conditions on such a property caused your injury, you may be able to seek financial compensation for damages.

More Than $100 Million for Injured Clients

Establishing who is legally responsible for your injuries can be complex. That is why it is important to discuss your case with an attorney who is experienced in third-party workplace injury claims. The attorneys of the Liddon Law Firm will carefully analyze your case and identify all possible sources of financial compensation. We have more than 20 years of experience and a record of successful results. Our firm has recovered more than $100 million in verdicts and settlements for injured people, including those harmed on the job.

Don’t trust your case to just any lawyer. Contact the Liddon Law Firm today to put our strength and experience on your side. We offer a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

From our office in Birmingham, we represent injured people in Jefferson County, Tuscaloosa County and throughout central and northern Alabama.

Third-Party Claims Lawyers In Birmingham

Seasoned Attorneys Helping Clients Who Have Been Injured In The Workplace Throughout Jefferson County & Beyond

Many people who were injured in workplace accidents are unaware that they may be entitled to receive financial compensation in addition to their workers’ compensation benefits. If you were hurt on the job, you may be able to pursue a third-party personal injury claim and recover compensation for pain and suffering and other damages not covered by workers’ comp.

The personal injury attorneys at the Liddon Law Firm have a record of success in a wide range of workplace injury cases, including those involving third-party claims. To arrange a free initial consultation about your case, please contact our office in Birmingham.

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

A third-party claim is a workplace injury case filed against a third party — someone other than your employer. Our lawyers will examine the facts of your case to determine exactly what happened, and who was at fault. Often, we find that a third party caused or contributed to the accident that injured our clients.
Common scenarios include accident involving:

Defective products: Were you injured on the job by a defective tool or piece of machinery? Whether you were harmed by defective heavy equipment or by a defectively designed coffee maker, you have a right to pursue financial compensation for damages.

Motor vehicle accidents: If you were injured in an auto accident while driving as part of your job, the other driver and his or her insurance company may be held responsible for damages.

Other workers: Were you injured by the negligence of someone other than your employer or a co-worker? If so, you may be eligible to file a third-party claim. Electricians who leave hot wires dangling, workers who fail to warn others of a hole in the floor, or a rental company that installs a scaffolding incorrectly may all be held responsible.

Property owners: Your job duties may bring you onto property not owned by your employer. If dangerous conditions on such a property caused your injury, you may be able to seek financial compensation for damages.

More Than $100 Million for Injured Clients

Establishing who is legally responsible for your injuries can be complex. That is why it is important to discuss your case with an attorney who is experienced in third-party workplace injury claims. The attorneys of the Liddon Law Firm will carefully analyze your case and identify all possible sources of financial compensation. We have more than 20 years of experience and a record of successful results. Our firm has recovered more than $100 million in verdicts and settlements for injured people, including those harmed on the job.

Don’t trust your case to just any lawyer. Contact the Liddon Law Firm today to put our strength and experience on your side. We offer a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

From our office in Birmingham, we represent injured people in Jefferson County, Tuscaloosa County and throughout central and northern Alabama.

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