Are You Seeking Help For A Third-Party Liability Claim?
If you were hurt at work by someone other than your employer, you may be able to pursue a third-party injury claim in addition to your workers’ compensation claim. You will need help from an attorney to pursue a third-party injury claim.
Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, helps injured workers throughout Western Massachusetts and southern Vermont. We have offices in North Adams, Pittsfield and Springfield, Massachusetts and Bennington, Vermont. If you were hurt at work by someone other than your employer, call us for a free consultation. We can be reached in Massachusetts at 413-663-3200 and in Vermont at 802-442-3233.
Examples Of Third-Party Liability Claims
Our law firm can investigate the accident to determine all responsible parties. Common examples of work accidents and third-party claims involve:
- Construction workers injured due to the negligence of another subcontractor
- Construction workers injured due to defective equipment or machinery
- Auto accidents at work
- Workers injured by defective products
By resolving third-party claims successfully, we are also able to recover damages for pain and suffering, which are not available under workers’ compensation insurance. Our lawyers will always look to see if a third-party claim can be pursued in addition to your workers’ compensation claim.
Our Law Firm Is Here To Help — Call Us For A Free Consultation
Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, is the largest law firm in Berkshire County, and we have helped many people just like you who have been hurt at work. Call us today to schedule your free consultation regarding a workers’ comp claim. In Massachusetts, call 413-663-3200, and in Vermont, call 802-442-3233. You can also contact us online. We have offices and meeting locations throughout Western Massachusetts and southern Vermont. We regularly travel throughout the region to meet with our clients.
All cases are handled on a contingent-fee basis — you will not have to pay any attorneys’ fees unless we win compensation in your case.