Third Party Injury Claims in Nashville, TN
Get the Full Compensation You Deserve for Your Injuries
The workers' compensation program provides a great safety net for injured
workers in Tennessee and protection for employers from crippling lawsuits.
The problem, though, is that workers' compensation rarely covers the
full extent of medical bills and lost wages—especially in cases
involving long-term injuries. This leaves many injured workers unable
to support themselves and their families.
Although workers' compensation rules prohibit lawsuits against employers
for on-the-job injuries, injured workers can often increase their compensation
through third party lawsuits. At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, we
can help you seek full and appropriate compensation if you have been injured
at work. With more than 100 years of experience, our attorneys can walk
you through the legal process.
Come into our office for a free and detailed consultation. We will analyze
your situation to see if you have a third party liability claim.
Call our firm today at (615) 933-2893 to get started!
Examples of Common Third Party Claims
A third party liability lawsuit is a personal injury suit aimed at recovering
compensation for on-the-job injuries, brought against anyone other than
the victim's employer or co-workers.
Examples of third party liability claims include:
- Burns caused by faulty chemical storage equipment manufactured by another company
- Scaffold injuries caused by a faulty scaffold manufactured by another company
- Construction accidents caused by faulty equipment manufactured by other companies
We’ve Recovered Millions for Injured Victims in Tennessee
Whether you have suffered serious on-the-job injuries or the wrongful death
of a loved one due to someone else's negligence, we can help you fight
for the compensation you need. We have a track record of successful verdicts
and settlements in numerous third party liability cases. Contact the team
at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge today to learn more about your rights
and legal options.