Injured at Work In The Bay Area? Call Jachimowicz Law Group.
A lot of serious injuries happen on the job site. Most of the time, these injuries are covered by workers’ compensation when the injured worker files a claim with the workers’ compensation system.
Why pursue a third-party claim? If you qualify, you can seek more compensation through a personal injury claim against an insurance company than you can receive in the workers’ compensation system. Talk to an experienced lawyer who can explain the types of compensation you can receive.
Protect Your Right To Bring A Personal Injury Claim
Faulty equipment, toxic chemical spills, violations of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations — these can all cause or contribute to workplace accidents. We have the experience and resources needed to investigate your case to determine who or what was really at fault in causing your injuries. For more than 30 years, our firm has been helping injured workers bring third-party injury claims for:
- Falls or other injuries on dangerous properties you are visiting for work purposes
- Underground gas explosions
- Electrocutions, burns, chemical exposure
- Injuries on construction work sites or at manufacturing plants
- Machinery issues, including forklift, cherry picker or bucket truck accidents
- Car accidents or truck accidents while driving for commercial purposes
- Injuries caused by manufacturing errors and defective products
Sometimes the injured worker has more options for financial recovery. If you were hurt on the job because of the negligence of a worker who is not an employee of your company or by a defective piece of machinery, or if you were hurt on another company’s dangerous property, you may be able to bring a third-party personal injury claim.
Maximum Compensation, Minimum Stress
Do not lose your right to sue. By filing a claim quickly, you will protect your rights. Contact our law office today to speak directly with an attorney about your case. All of our fees for personal injury cases are contingency-based — this means you pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you. For a free consultation, call 408-246-5500.