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Lombard Injury Attorneys for Third Party Cases

DuPage County Lawyers for Workers' Compensation Third Party Personal Injury Cases

Under the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act, an employee who is injured on the job is generally not allowed to sue their employer. Instead, they are limited to receiving the compensation that is available to them through workers' compensation. If a third party is partially at fault for the injury, however, it is possible to bring a lawsuit against that party in addition to filing a workers' compensation claim. This is known as a third party injury claim. If you or a loved one was injured on the job, and there is another party that may share responsibility, it is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney so you understand your options.

At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we have extensive experience with workers' compensation claims, as well as third party injury cases in northern Illinois. Our award-winning attorneys have a strong track record of success in such cases. We put this experience to work to give our clients access to every available legal avenue to recover compensation for their injuries.

We have been recognized by our peers not only for our experience and skill, but also for our unwavering commitment to protecting the interests of our clients. Our lawyers are honest, compassionate, responsive, and down to earth. We understand the physical, emotional, and financial toll a workplace injury can have on you and your family, and we work hard to make the legal process as smooth and seamless as possible. We offer free consultations and extended evening and weekend hours at our 3 area locations for your convenience, and we respond quickly to all client questions and concerns. We also take all our personal injury and workers' compensation cases on a contingency basis, so you never have to pay upfront attorney fees to receive the skilled representation you deserve.

Common Third Party Injury Cases in Illinois

There are numerous scenarios in which a third party may be fully or partially at fault for a workplace injury. Some of the most common include:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents: If you are driving while on the job and are involved in a crash that is the fault of another party, this may constitute a third party injury claim. Auto and truck accidents are especially common among shipping and trucker workers.
  • Construction Accidents: On construction sites, there are often several contractors and subcontractors from different companies working together on the same project. If someone from another company causes an accident with injuries, a third party action may be brought against that company.
  • Premises Liability Accidents: Slips and falls and other accidents that occur while you are on the premises of another party during the course of employment may be grounds for a third party injury claim. For example, a utility company worker may be injured by a dog bite while performing work on private property, and the property owner may be held liable for the worker's injuries.

To be successful in an injury action against a third party, you will need to demonstrate that the accident was at least partially the result of their negligence. A thorough investigation must be conducted to show through evidence and testimony that the other party was at fault. In these types of cases, victims may be able to receive additional compensation that is not available through workers' comp, such as compensation for pain and suffering.

Contact Our Bloomingdale Work Injury Third Party Claim Lawyers

At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we have successfully served clients in workers' compensation and personal injury cases for over 40 years. If you believe you may have a third party injury claim from a workplace accident, contact our attorneys today at 630-932-9100 for your free consultation.

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