Maximize Your Compensation For Work-Related Car Accidents
If you have been injured on the job, workers’ compensation insurance benefits might not be your only option. Workers’ compensation is unlikely to cover the full costs of your injury and its effects on your personal life. It is likely to very narrowly define your losses and restrict you to seeing only approved physicians, as opposed to physicians of your choice.
When workplace accident injuries involve negligence on the part of a third party besides your employer, you might have an underlying personal injury claim to your work injury. Our attorneys can help you determine a proper course of action based on your unique legal options.
At Brannon & Brannon, our attorneys handle work-related car accidents and other work injury claims for clients in Fort Walton Beach and the surrounding areas of Florida. We can help you determine if your work injury holds an underlying personal injury claim worth pursuing additional compensation for. We offer free initial consultations, and we pursue all injury cases on a contingent fee basis, which means that we only get paid if you get paid, and we handle all upfront costs of litigation.
Work-Related Car Accidents
The most significant part of our work-injury practice involves car accidents, truck accidents, delivery vehicle accidents and other motor vehicle accidents while on the job. One legal key in these cases involves determining whether or not you were technically on the job at the time of the accident. If so, another challenge involves finding all of the sources of compensation and making sure you get the best compensation award possible in your case.
Our lawyers have the experience and knowledge to make sure you receive full and fair compensation for the injuries and losses you have suffered. Through workers’ compensation, insurance and litigation if necessary, we will help you maximize your compensation.
Other Work-Related Injury Claims
Work injuries and accidents that might have occurred because of the negligence of a third party include:
- Construction site injuries
- Defective tools
- Defective machines
- Tools and machines lacking proper safety warnings or safeguards
- Other defective or dangerous products
- Elevator accidents
- Forklift and crane accidents
- Warehouse accidents
- Toxic chemical exposure
- Electrical burns and electrocution
- Burns from a fire
Holding Third Parties Accountable For Your Injury Costs
This is often a difficult and complicated task, but it can help you achieve maximum compensation for your injuries if you take prudent legal action with our lawyers.
Our Fort Walton Beach-based firm has been handling work injury cases in Okaloosa, Walton and Santa Rosa counties since 1991. We understand the legal environment, the courts, the insurance companies and the roadblocks your case might encounter. We plan for likely contingencies and build a solid case based on our independent investigation and collaboration with top medical and life-planning experts.
We aggressively pursue your full and fair compensation, including past, present and future costs.