Who’s Responsible For A Work-Related Injury?

What you know for sure right now is that you have been injured at work and you are unable to work in your present state. What you probably do not know is which person or entity is responsible for providing you with benefits or compensation for medical expenses, wage loss and other damages.

The role of a workers’ compensation attorney is to protect your rights and maximize the benefits and compensation you are eligible to receive. At The Law Offices of Miller & Bicklein, P.C., we go beyond workers’ compensation in order to pursue all available compensation for our injured clients in San Antonio, Odessa, Lubbock, Abilene and surrounding areas of Texas.

Employer Liability

In most cases involving work-related injuries, the primary source of compensation is the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation coverage provides wage loss and medical benefits to employees who suffer work-related injuries.

Our firm has a tremendous amount of experience taking on the insurance companies. We know what it takes to hold them accountable and maximize benefits for our clients, many of whom have suffered debilitating injuries that leave them unable to work.

Third-Party Claims

Negligent third parties are often responsible for injuries that people suffer in the course of doing their jobs. For example, if you were injured while making a delivery, a negligent motorist may be responsible for your injuries. In addition to helping you pursue the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve, we can pursue a third-party personal injury claim against the negligent driver.

Contact Our Firm

We look forward to answering your questions about workers’ compensation. Contact us today for a no-risk consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer from our firm.

We only collect attorney fees if we are able to recover compensation for you, so there is no risk in protecting your rights and securing representation from our experienced lawyers.

Contact us for a risk-free initial consultation.