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If You Have Been Injured On The Job, You May Have Additional Rights

Work related accidents injure and kill hundreds of thousands people a year.Workers who have been injured on the job are usually entitled to workers compensation; however, if you have been injured on the job, there may be other legal remedies available. You may be entitled to pursue monetary damages against a third party for your injury. If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, and you feel that a third party (other than your employer) may have contributed to your injury, you should contact us immediately to review your claim.

Third party claims for work related injuries include incidents of all types, including: injuries resulting from defective products (such as office equipment, machinery, hand and power tools) and motor vehicle accidents. Construction accidents are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries. Construction injuries can occur from a variety of incidents including:

  • Falls from Ladders & Roofs
  • Crane Accidents
  • Lifting Equipment Failure
  • Fires & Explosions
  • Electrocution & Shock
  • Collapsing Structures
  • Injuries caused by another Contractor
  • Chemical Burns
  • Failure to Warn of Dangerous Conditions

In a work related accident, more than one person or company may be held liable for your injuries. We will aggressively pursue recoverable damages against all responsible parties. These damages may include: past and future medical expenses; physical pain and suffering; mental anguish; physical impairment and disfigurement; lost wages; and loss of earning capacity.

As with any personal injury claim, time is critical, since state laws limit the time in which you have to file a claim. Contact us today to protect your rights. Stolee and Associates will evaluate your work related claim free of charge. You will not pay any attorney fees or costs unless we recover money for you.

Stolee and Associates is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, although we help victims of personal injury nationally, with the help of our network of law firms in other jurisdictions.