If you were hurt in a workplace accident, you may have options for financial recovery beyond workers’ compensation.
If someone other than your employer or a fellow employee (such as a general contractor’s employee, a sub-contractor’s employee, or any other person on the property) played a role in your injury, then you may have a third-party personal injury claim, and you should speak with an experienced attorney to explore your full range of options. You may also have a claim against a third party such as a product manufacturer. It can be difficult to determine if any of these factors apply to your case. A free phone call to Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., can help provide the answers. As a result, a personal injury lawsuit can address other damages that workers’ compensation benefits will not.
In the Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin, contact our personal injury attorneys at the Minneapolis law office of Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., for experienced representation.
Compensation for Damages Not Covered by Workers’ Comp
Whether you were hurt on a job site, at your place of business or in a work- related function, our lawyers can fully review your case and identify other potential options for financial recovery.
We have worked with a wide range of clients, including people who have suffered a personal injury at workplaces such as:
• Construction sites
• Agricultural sites or farms
• Retail locations
Even if you aren’t getting a paycheck from an employer (for example, a property manager who receives reduced rent in exchange for maintenance responsibilities), you should understand your options for financial recovery. Take the guesswork out of your case, and contact our experienced and dependable lawyers to assess your potential claim.
Schedule a Free Consultation Today
If you have been injured on the job, then you should schedule a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys by calling 651-ANY-TIME (269-8463) or toll free at 1-877-791-7790, or by contacting us online to make sure you know all of your workplace accident rights and options.
We cover all upfront costs, and we only charge attorney fees if we recover compensation for you.