Third-Party Agencies and Entity Liability
Through workers’ compensation laws, injured parties are able to recover from the limited benefits of their employer’s insurance. In many workplace injury cases, there may be several negligent parties — including third-party entities — that are liable to the injured victim.
At Corsiglia McMahon & Allard, L.L.P. , we are experienced in pursuing claims against third-party entities such as employment agencies, trucking companies that associate with an employer, subcontractors, government entities and other third parties that may be responsible for your injuries.
Your employer may also have created a separate corporation to manage the building or company vehicles. In these cases, you may be able to recover against the non-employer subsidiary.Holding Negligent Parties Accountable
Workplace injuries that involve third-party entities are complex and require thorough investigation by an experienced attorney. For those who do not receive sufficient funds from a workers’ compensation claim, pursuing claims against a negligent third party is critical to ensure maximum compensation for injuries or death .
Our San Jose, California, attorneys have successfully pursued cases on behalf of injured workers against third parties such as:
- Building management;
- Security companies;
- Construction companies;
- Maintenance companies;
- Employment agencies;
- Subsidiaries; and
- Delivery drivers or trucking companies.
We have assisted individuals such as delivery drivers who have pursued actions against a non-employer maintenance company and individuals who were injured on the premises by employees of another agency or subsidiary.Contact Corsiglia McMahon & Allard, L.L.P.
If you believe that your workplace injury may have been the result of a negligent third party or subsidiary, please contact Corsiglia McMahon & Allard, L.L.P. Our lawyers will begin a thorough investigation into your claim and seek to uncover every potential source of liability. Call (408) 289-1417 or contact us online . Your initial consultation will be free. Se habla español.