Helping Injured Workers Obtain Full Compensation

Suffering an injury at work can be devastating and turn your whole world upside down. The normal procedure is to file a claim through your employer's workers' compensation program, which is designed to cover your medical bills and a portion of your wages.

However, if another party was involved in causing your injury, you may be able to file an additional claim against that party and seek compensation. Our experienced team at Hilley & Frieder, P.C., is devoted to assisting injured workers obtain the maximum amount of compensation.

If you have suffered a workplace injury caused by a third party, contact our lawyers to schedule a free initial consultation.

Investigating The Cause Of Your Accident

One of the steps our attorneys take is to determine if your accident was caused by the negligence of a third party. A responsible third party could be:

  • The owner of a facility where you were required to go for work and where your injury occurred
  • A company that rented or manufactured the equipment you used in the course of your employment
  • A company whose employee was involved in the accident that caused your injury
  • A person who caused an accident that injured you while you were on the clock

Additionally, a company could be found responsible if it failed to properly maintain or inspect the equipment that led to your injury. For example: You suffer a fall from a faulty crane on a construction site that was owned by another company, and an investigation reveals that the company failed to conduct a safety inspection of the crane on the morning of your accident. If the fault is a problem that would have been discovered during the inspection, you would probably be able to file a third-party claim.

Discover Your Options

Our office is located in Atlanta, and we represent clients throughout Georgia. To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer, please contact us. We can show you what options are available to you.