What Is A Third-Party Liability Claim?

A third-party liability claim is filed to collect compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering from the negligent party who caused your workplace injury. A third-party claim would be filed for a job-related injury was caused by the negligence of someone or something other than you, your employer or your co-worker. For example, if you have injuries from a compressor blowing up on the job, you may be able to file a claim against the company that manufactured the compressor. If the compressor was being operated by an independent contractor on your job site, you may be able to name the independent contractor in the third-party liability claim as well.

If you were dropping off a deposit for your boss and tripped over a crack in bank's parking lot, the bank may be responsible for your injuries due to unsafe premises. Besides workers' compensation, you can also pursue damages for your workplace injury by filing a personal injury claim or premises liability lawsuit. However, these types of claims are complicated and need the right evidence for a successful case. It is best to work with an experienced attorney to get the full and just compensation for your injuries.

Personal Injury Recovery Amounts And Workers' Compensation Policies Are Complex

If you believe a third party is responsible for your job site injuries, our firm can help you get the best possible results. In addition to assisting you with filing your workers' compensation claim, we will help you fight for the compensation you deserve by filing a third-party lawsuit for:

  • Defective products
  • Faulty product manufacturing
  • Unsafe premises
  • Inadequate security
  • Lack of warning

Reach Out To Our Firm For Aggressive Legal Representation

Pizzonia Law, LLC, in Albuquerque serves clients throughout New Mexico who need a knowledgeable lawyer for their workplace injuries caused by someone else's negligence. We are dedicated to personal attention. We will work tirelessly to get the best compensation for you. Call us at 505-445-2109 for a free consultation. Use our online form to reach out to us via email.