Third-Party Liability Claims

What Is A Third-Party Liability Claim?

There are certain circumstances where an employer may not be legally responsible for on-the-job injuries of its employees. This happens when someone who is not the victims' employer or co-worker (called a third party) injures a worker.

There are a range of scenarios that fall under third-party liability, including:

  • An employee who is in a car accident while on the clock/driving a company vehicle.
  • A contractor, subcontractor, delivery person, etc. injures an employee on-site.
  • A worker is off-site and is injured on someone else's property.
  • A worker is injured by a defective machine, product or piece of equipment.

As an injured worker, you are entitled to sue the negligent third party for damages associated with your injuries, medical treatment, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

An Experienced Personal Injury Team

At Davie, Valdez & McElroy, P.C., our goal is to help injured workers recover financial compensation — through any legal route necessary. When a third-party person or entity caused your injuries, our lawyers will help you bring a personal injury claim against that party. We are led by experienced attorney Jeffery W. McElroy. He is Board-Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A very limited number of attorneys hold this designation. Those who do have proven their legal knowledge, skill and ability through rigorous testing and application.

Your First Call After An Accident At Work

Third-party liability claims can be complex and require deep investigation of the accident, the involved parties and insurance policies. Our El Paso workplace injury lawyers have more than 65 years of combined legal experience and are well-equipped to help you secure the compensation you deserve.

After a workplace accident, contact our law firm at 915-838-1100. We can help you understand if your claim involves third-party liability and best options for advancing your case.

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