Your Workplace Accident In A Company Vehicle Could Be A Third-Party Claim
An accident on the job, especially while operating a company-owned motor vehicle, could develop into a third-party work injury claim.
Successful prosecution of such a claim could expand benefits and compensation for the injured person, based on negligence by multiple defendants — for example, the driver who struck you, his or her employer, and/or manufacturer of one of the vehicles involved, just to name a few.
At Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman workers’ compensation law firm in Springfield, our experienced attorneys frequently negotiate with insurance companies, and litigate against them if necessary, while representing injured victims of third-party claim accidents in Missouri.
Are your injuries considered catastrophic, involving extensive damage to brain or spinal cord? Did you suffer severe burns or scarring and disfigurement, or require amputation of a limb? Was a passenger in the company vehicle injured or killed as a result of the collision? Were you permanently disabled by the injuries you suffered?
We research these and many other factors while preparing your third-party claim, in order to negotiate effectively with insurers and, if necessary, litigate forcefully for your rights in court. From start to finish of your case, you receive attentive personal service that answers your questions and calms your concerns.
One of your concerns may be the cost of our aggressive advocacy. We ease these by offering our services on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win the wage and medical benefits, and financial compensation, that you are entitled to.
Contact The Third-Party Claims Lawyers Of Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman
Your confidential initial consultation with us is free of charge, and can occur at your home or hospital room if you are unable to travel. Call our full-service Springfield law offices at 417-413-5858. Your email message will be responded to promptly.