Broward County Work Injury Lawyers
Dedicated Workplace Accident Attorneys in Broward County, FL Successfully Handle Work-Related Personal Injury Cases in in Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, and Throughout Florida
Workers’ compensation is a form of business insurance that provides injured workers with medical coverage and wage compensation (up to certain limits) after they are injured on the job. This applies to immigrant workers and part-time workers as well, even if they are not legally in the United States or have incomplete residency documents or work authorization. But unfortunately, workers’ compensation benefits only provide a small cash recovery to an injured or disabled employee. However, you may have additional legal options for pursuing financial compensation if your job injury was brought on by the negligence or legal wrongdoing of a third party other than your employer. If you were involved in a work accident caused by a dangerous or defective product, unsafe property conditions, or a negligent driver, reach out to our Broward County work injury lawyers at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. as soon as possible. Our third-party injury claims legal team provides a free and private case evaluation so you can learn more about your rights and options after suffering injuries in an accident at work.
How Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. Can Help You After Suffering Injuries at Work
A worker hurt on the job often has only one option for collecting compensation for their injuries, and that’s through a workers’ compensation claim. However, some workplace accidents may be the result of carelessness or other legal wrongdoing by someone unrelated to the employer. An injured worker may have the right to file a third-party injury claim against the responsible party under those circumstances.
The following are a few examples of third-party claims that we can help you with as a result of a work accident:
- Vehicle collisions brought on by careless or reckless driving
- Dog bites during deliveries
- Work injuries due to faulty machinery, tools, or equipment
- Injuries as a result of a hazardous or defective condition on a client’s property
- Allegations of negligence, such as when an employee is hurt as a result of the carelessness of independent contractors who are present at the employee’s place of employment
- Intentional tort allegations, such as when a consumer or other outsider assaults a worker
Let our Broward County work injury lawyers from Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. examine the details of your case. We will examine whether you might be eligible to pursue compensation for a work-related illness or injury brought on by the negligence of another person through a third-party personal injury claim.
Types of Injuries We Can Help You Collect Compensation for After a Work Accident
Our Broward County work injury lawyers handle personal injury claims for victims of work accidents throughout South Florida.
Some of the more common injuries we can help you file an injury claim for include:
- Broken bones
- Hazardous chemical exposure
- Burn injuries
- Slip and fall injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Eye, dental, and facial injuries
- Amputation or loss-of-limb
- And more
Workplace Accidents Can Have Serious Implications
You may be reluctant to file a workplace accident injury claim if your immigration status is questionable or you do not have the proper paperwork or proof, such as a social security number or driver’s license, for being or working in the United States. However, we want you to rest assured that our Broward County work injury lawyers at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. can handle your case with the utmost confidentiality and professionalism. We handle cases for the injured victims of accidents, including:
- Undocumented immigrants and noncitizen workers
- Day laborers and construction workers
- Cleaning personnel and part-time workers
- Formal and informal workers who are paid in cash or off the books
- And more
We will help you:
- Gather proof to demonstrate the negligence that contributed to your injury
- Interview eyewitnesses
- Gather machine and/or vehicle service logs and reports on workplace safety standards
- Quantify your losses and damages
- Help you receive the treatment you need
- Protect your ability to collect payment as a result of your on-the-job injury
Speak with an attorney today on your terms, in your language, and in a manner and setting that comforts and suits you. Contact one of our workplace accident attorneys in Broward County, FL at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. to guide you through the entire legal process and for assistance with every aspect of your case.
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Trust a Broward County Work Injury Lawyers from Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. With Your Case
Our team is defining a new approach to helping the South Florida Hispanic community approach the many legal and social issues that affect our community. The legal system is complex enough for everyone as it is, but dealing with this system as an undocumented worker or as someone with incomplete documentation who fears losing their livelihood and the ability to work and live and be with their families is that much harder, especially when there are language barriers.
All injured workers in South Florida, particularly members of the Hispanic community, can rely on the expertise, dedication, and commitment of our legal team to fight on your behalf until a fair settlement, payout, or determination is reached for your case. We will protect your rights and help you get through this tough and challenging time.
No issue or case is too small or too complex for our team of Spanish-speaking, Hispanic-immigrant attorneys. We will make sure that you receive the fair treatment that you deserve from the legal system. We provide free case evaluations, easy contact via chat or phone, and a commitment that your case will be handled with full confidentiality and privacy.
About Workplace Accidents in Broward County, FL
Broward County is the second-most populous county in Florida. It is home to almost 1.95 million people and is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. With a large Spanish-speaking population and workers from all backgrounds and ethnicities powering the county’s expansive industrial operations, accidents involving workers who do not speak English as a first language are extremely common.
Each of our workplace accident attorneys in Broward County, FLL at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. works to ensure that injured people are fairly represented no matter what their status, and that they receive the same treatment and compensation for their work-related injuries as anyone else. We have years of experience handling injury and accident cases and can be relied on to thoroughly and competently handle yours.
Contact our Workplace Accident Attorneys in Broward County, FL at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. for a Free Consultation About Your Workplace Accident Claim
We understand your concerns about interacting with insurers, your employer, and health authorities as part of a workplace injury claim, but we want you to know that your health and overall well-being are our top priorities. We will fight your case while protecting your rights and your ability to continue living and working in the United States while striving to win the compensation you deserve. Contact our dedicated team today to learn more.
Frequently Asked Questions About Work Injury Claims in Broward County, FL
If someone other than your employer was to blame for your injuries in a work-related accident or incident, you may be able to file a third party claim with our Broward County work injury lawyers at Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A in order to get compensated for things like:
— Medication and rehabilitation costs.
— The cost of long-term care to help you deal with permanent disabilities.
— Full payment of lost wages or income due to time away from work.
— Full payment of future lost income due to permanent disabilities that make it impossible to work.
— Pain and suffering.
— Loss of life quality caused by scarring or disfigurement or a physical disability.
If a third party was to blame for your work injuries, you shouldn’t have to settle for less money than you deserve. Let our workplace accident attorneys in Broward County, FL from Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. explain your rights and options under the law.
Yes. You can submit a workers’ compensation claim with your employer and pursue a personal injury lawsuit with a work injury attorney from Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. at the same time. We can help file a lawsuit against the third party responsible for your injuries if you were hurt at work as a result of their carelessness, negligence, or other legal wrongdoing. While your employer is required to provide workers’ compensation benefits for injuries you experience at work, your employer or its workers’ compensation insurer may be entitled to reimbursement for any or all of the benefits you receive if you obtain a monetary award in a third party personal injury claim filed on your behalf with our law firm. Personal injury claims can help to secure compensation for some of the losses and damages you experience as a result of your work accident that workers’ compensation does not cover. This includes compensation for things like pain and suffering, past and future medical bills, and lost wages from more than one employer.