Nonsubscriber Work Injuries

In Texas, it is not mandatory for employers to carry workers' compensation insurance coverage. Not only are employers who go without coverage taking a risk for themselves, they are also placing their workers at risk in the event they suffer an injury.

If your employer fails to carry workers' compensation insurance, does that mean you are unable to recover anything in the event of an on-the-job injury? Not necessarily. They key is having attorneys on your side who understand workers' compensation and personal injury law in order to uncover all sources of compensation.

Full-Service Representation For Nonsubscriber Injury Claims

At The Law Offices of Miller & Bicklein, P.C., we have been handling personal injury and workers' compensation claims in Texas since 1994. 

If your employer is without workers' comp coverage, you may be able to demonstrate that it was negligent in its actions. That would open the door to a personal injury claim against your employer for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost income and other damages.

Some employment contracts have an arbitration clause which requires employees to go to arbitration rather than taking their employer to court in the event of a dispute. If you are going through arbitration it is still in your best interest to have a lawyer looking out for your rights.

Representing Injury Victims In San Antonio, Odessa, Lubbock And Abilene

To learn more about how we can help you maximize compensation under difficult circumstances, contact us today for a free consultation. There will be no legal fees unless we make a recovery for you.