On-The-Job Car Accidents
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Our law firm helps victims of work-related car accidents get justice and hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligence. Don't delay. Call 1-800-898-HAYS to tell them you mean business.
A work-related car accident may provide benefits to the victim through workers' compensation, which the employer generally must provide. If you have been injured in a work-related car wreck, you may be eligible to receive more than just workers' compensation. See our car accident infographic to get facts about crashes.
Our attorneys can help identify other sources of compensation that may pertain to your circumstances. The following are a few examples of potential sources of compensation you may be entitled to:
- Your own auto insurance
- The other driver's insurance
- Your employer's workers' compensation insurance
- A third party who contributed to the accident, such as a vehicle manufacturer, or due to a bad road design or defect
When third parties cause on-the-job car accidents
Some on-the-job car accidents are caused by a party who is not your employer, yourself or your co-worker. With a third-party claim, you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, which workers' comp does not cover.