You owe it to yourself and your Massachusetts family to explore all avenues of liability when you have been injured at your place of employment. Anyone who directly or indirectly caused your personal injury or aggravated it by negligence, carelessness or maliciousness is potentially liable.
We actively pursue work injury and third-party injury claims cases, at the Worcester office of Charles M. Giacoppe, Attorney at Law. We thoroughly investigate, negotiate and actively litigate these cases to provide you with the fair financial compensation you deserve.
When someone other than your employer bears responsibility for a workplace accident or construction accident, you may have additional sources of compensation. Still, many clients in these work accident injury situations are confused as to whether third-party liability exists. We can help you with sound counsel and the highest level of personal service.
As an accomplished accident personal injury law firm serving three Massachusetts counties for the past 27 years, we have frequently succeeded in third-party liability claims when people like you have been injured at their jobs.
The only way you can know for certain whether you have grounds for a worksite accident injury and third-party liability claim is to contact our trusted personal injury law firm in Worcester.
Call Charles M. Giacoppe toll-free for a free consultation: 508-757-2738. You can fax or e-mail us too.
Twenty-Seven Years of Helping People Just Like You in Massachusetts
Here is an example of potential third-party liability: if you travel in the course of your duties and are struck and injured by another motorist, you would be compensated for salary you sacrificed and medical expenses you accumulated, through your employer's workers' compensation policy.
The motorist who collided with you, due to his or her own negligence, could also be found liable for your injuries. He or she also may be required to pay you for health problems that are legally termed "pain and suffering."
Charles M. Giacoppe is a respected lawyer with expert investigators at his disposal. They can look closely into the specifics of your accident. They can pinpoint the existence of any additional insured parties who may be liable for the fair financial compensation you deserve: damages to defray medical expenses, lost earnings and costs of rehabilitation.
You should know that you are well within your rights to pursue these additional damages whether or not your version of events prevails in your workers' compensation case.
If you were injured while on the job in Massachusetts, you may be entitled to receive more monetary settlement damages than what is allowed under workers' compensation. We can help you determine this, and follow through with vigorous legal representation of your rights and attentive personal service, at our Worcester work injury and third-party liability law firm.