Third Party Liability Claims

When accidents happen in the workplace, the employer and the injured employee are not the only ones who could be responsible for the accident. If a party aside from you and your employer is responsible for an accident, that party is referred to as a third party and you would pursue compensation from that party through a third-party claim.

Most workplaces have these third parties in them. A common example would be a subcontractor on a construction site. But, it could also be the situation such as someone causing a car accident with someone who is driving for work such as a delivery driver.

Even when workers’ compensation is available to help with compensation, medical bills and lost wages, third-party claims, if they are present, are a valuable additional source of compensation. If workers’ compensation is not available from your employer, a third-party claim may be your only source of compensation. This makes it imperative that you secure the representation of a personal injury attorney who understands how to construct the strongest third-party cases.

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Sometimes more than one company is at fault in an injury case!

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Decades Of Experience Helping The Injured

At Michael P. Fleming & Associates, P.C., our attorneys are highly skilled at bringing third-party claims for workers who have been injured by an outside party. Our depth of knowledge and experience allow us to offer our clients the representation they can depend on. Founding attorney Michael P. Fleming is a former Harris County Attorney with more than 25 years of experience helping the injured secure the maximum compensation so that they can have access to the medical care and financial support they will need for their recoveries. Michael P. Fleming has earned an AV Preeminent rating* by Martindale-Hubbell .

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our third-party accident injury attorneys, call 713-221-6800, toll free at (888) 529-0018 or contact us online.