Seeking Third-Party Compensation For Your Construction Injury
It is no secret how devastating a construction injury can be. A serious accident can leave you with injuries that can affect the rest of your life. A third party may be responsible for your injuries and should be held liable for the consequences.
At Westland & Bennett P.C., we know how complicated third-party injury claims can be for an injured person. Trying to figure out who is responsible for your injuries and pursuing them for fair compensation is never easy, especially if you are trying to do things on your own. Instead of taking the risk of leaving money on the table in your injury claim, let us help you maximize the compensation you deserve.
What Your Compensation May Be Worth
A third-party injury claim involves filing a complaint against someone other than your employer, but instead against someone like the subcontractor who caused your accident or the manufacturer of the faulty ladder that collapsed under you. In addition to identifying the party that is ultimately liable for your injuries, you also need to be sure you are receiving fair compensation for the accident.
Insurance companies may try and stick you with a quick settlement offer that barely covers the initial medical expenses of your injury. Our goal as your personal injury representative is to see you receive compensation for all of the costs of your injury, including damages like:
- Current and future medical procedures and treatments
- Lost income
- Loss of future income due to diminished earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Loss of life enjoyment
- Loss of consortium
We know that each client comes to us with a unique case, which is why we take the time to understand the details involved before we develop our custom-tailored strategy to represent your best interests.
Choose A Personal And Committed Attorney
Not all attorneys offer the same level of representation for their clients in Indiana. If you want someone you can trust who will fight to maximize the compensation you need and not accept an offer without your consent, contact our office in Lake County. Call us at 219-809-6670 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.