Crossover Cases: Personal Injury & Workers' Comp
Walnut Creek Crossover Case Attorney
When an employee suffers a workplace injury because of an accident on the job, the first solution that comes to mind is to file for workers' compensation. Though this may be the best choice for him or her, there is a downside to workers' comp. When an injured employee files a workers' compensation claim, they give up their right to sue their employer in a personal injury claim. Workers' comp can cover medical treatment and medical mileage, but oftentimes a personal injury settlement is greater than the amount an employee receives through workers' comp. So which is the better choice? Well, sometimes the answer is "both."
Understanding Crossover Cases
When liability for a workplace accident is shared by an employer and a third party, a crossover case may be possible. With more than 60 combined years of experience handling both workers' compensation and personal injury claims, our attorneys have become skilled in handling crossover cases. If you have been injured in a workplace accident involving a liable third party, find out how you could purse a combined workers' comp and personal injury case. Call Brand Peters LLP today.
Hire a Crossover Case Lawyer in Walnut Creek, CA
Without adequate compensation, you may end up paying for your expensive medical treatment out of pocket, which could result in financial stress or ruin. Don't let this happen to you! Consult with an attorney from The Brand Peters LLP right away. Attorney Jonathan Brand is one of very few attorneys experienced in crossover cases, and can provide you with the highest possible chance of obtaining the compensation you deserve through both workers' compensation and personal injury. Call today to schedule a consultation and learn in detail what could be done for you.
Contact a Walnut Creek crossover case attorney from Brand Peters LLP today and get started on the road to maximum compensation.
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