Third-Party Claims

If you are injured on the job by a third party (someone who is not a fellow employee), you have the right to seek both workers' compensation and personal injury compensation. This is known as a third-party claim. Essentially, it is two claims: one to collect benefits from your employer's insurance company and the other to obtain benefits from the negligent party's insurance company.

Navigating the pitfalls and challenges of both claims at the same time is a job for an experienced lawyer. At the North Carolina law firm of R. Steve Bowden & Associates P.C., attorney Jarvis T. Harris has the skill necessary to pursue the full amount of compensation you deserve.

Injured By A Subcontractor, A Drunk Driver Or Another Third Party?

Here are a few examples of possible third-party workers' compensation cases:

  • You are driving a truck as part of your job when you are hit by a drunk driver.
  • You are working on a construction site when a subcontractor from a different company injures you with a forklift.
  • You are working at an industrial facility when you are injured by a tool that was manufactured with defects.

Don't Try To Deal With The Insurance Companies On Your Own

Remember, in a third-party case, you are typically dealing with two different insurance companies. The Insurance Companies Are NOT On Your Side, but we are. You can count on us for the personal attention and diligent advocacy you need during this difficult time.

Our team of Greensboro attorneys and staff truly care about your well-being and the success of your case. We are committed to ensuring that you receive the money and medical care you need to get your life back.

Schedule a free initial consultation by calling R. Steve Bowden & Associates P.C. at 800-523-4845 today. We can arrange an appointment 24/7 and come to your home or the hospital as needed.

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