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Work Injury – 3rd Party Claim

Summary of “Work Injury – 3rd Party Claim”

Some workplace injuries can result in a third-party personal injury claim. Steve Barnes

Workplace Injury – 3rd Party Claim – Transcript

 In New York State and in many states, if you are injured at work, those injuries are generally covered under a workers’ compensation claim.

There are some exceptions to this law.  For example, if you are injured on a construction site, there may be a third party responsible and you would have a personal injury case.

Another example would be an injury that happens when a person slips and falls on an icy step outside their place of employment.  If the business premises are maintained by an outside contractor, the injured personal may very well have a claim outside of workers’ compensation.  If you have suffered an injury in a workplace accident, it is a good decision to consult a lawyer.  The earlier the investigation can begin, the more beneficial it will be for you.

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