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New Jersey Third Party Claims – Personal Injury & Accidents Lawyers Holding Third Parties Responsible for Work-Related Injuries

If you’ve been injured on the job, you may find it impossible to continue working. When you are first injured, you may automatically look to your workers’ compensation benefits. Unfortunately, a workers’ comp claim might not provide adequate compensation for a severe injury.

You may be able to receive additional compensation for your work-related injury if a third party was at fault. You may have a personal injury claim against a manufacturer, property owner or subcontractor.
If a third party has caused a workplace accident or contributed to your work-related injury, an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you file a civil claim against the third party.

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What is the Difference between a Workers’ Comp Claim and a Third-Party Claim?

NJ employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance. In exchange for your employer providing you with coverage for injuries caused on the job, you agree not to sue your employer for negligence. However, this does not preclude you from suing a third party who contributed to your work-related injury. This will allow you to seek workers’ compensation benefits as well as compensation from the third party who is responsible for your injury.

There are several advantages to filing a third-party claim in addition to your workers’ comp claim. Some of the more notable differences between workers’ comp claims and third-party claims include:

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In summary: Even if you are unable to file a successful workers’ comp claim, you may still be able to bring a personal injury lawsuit against a liable third party.

There are certainly advantages to being able to file a civil claim against a third party for an accident arising in a workplace context. A few examples of third-party claims in a workers’ compensation setting include:

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Speak with Freehold, NJ Personal Injury Lawyers about Your Third-Party Claim Stemming from a Workplace Accident

You should not be punished for simply doing your job. If you’ve been injured in a workplace accident, you deserve justice. An experienced personal injury lawyer can ensure that your rights are protected and that you get the compensation you deserve.

The skilled personal injury attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi have over 35 years of experience helping victims of workplace accidents throughout New Jersey, including Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex counties. Additionally, since our civil trial team includes personal injury attorneys and workers’ compensation attorneys, we understand how to get the most out of a situation where both third-party liability and workers’ comp benefits are at stake.

Call us today or simply contact us online to arrange a free consultation at our offices in Brick, Edison, or Freehold. We can also travel to meet you if you are recovering in a hospital or at home.

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