You May Be Entitled To Additional Damages If Someone Other Than Your Employer Caused Your Injuries

On-the-job injuries can happen in many different ways. While some can be attributed to employer negligence, some occur because of other issues. Defective equipment, the careless behavior of a contractor or vendor and other causes can result in worker injuries. If you were injured in an on-the-job accident that was the fault of someone other than your employer, you could seek additional damages beyond your workers' compensation benefits.

In a third party personal injury claim, injured workers have the opportunity to seek compensation from parties other than their employers for certain workplace accidents. Third-party claims do not interfere with your ability to seek workers' compensation benefits. If you have been injured on the job, you should have your case reviewed by a lawyer who can help to determine whether you may have grounds for a third-party claim.

Dedicated Representation For Injured Workers

From our offices in Providence, Wakefield and Middletown, the attorneys at Karns Law Group represent Rhode Island workers who are suffering because of another party's negligence. Our extensive experience handling both workers' compensation and personal injury claims puts us in a strong position to provide the comprehensive representation you need.

Some examples of third-party accidents can include:

  • Defective equipment and machinery
  • Negligent maintenance of equipment
  • Work-related auto accidents
  • Accidents caused by the negligent actions of onsite contractors

Discuss Your Work Injury Claim With An Attorney Today

We conduct thorough investigations to determine whether you have grounds to pursue a third-party claim. During your free consultation, we will fully explain your rights and legal options. Whether you need representation for your workers' compensation claim, your third-party personal injury claim or both, you can rely on us to do everything we can to protect your interests.

Please call us locally at 401-239-1085, toll free at 888-KARNS-LAW or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.