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Your Legal Rights And Options After A Work-Related Car Accident

If you were injured on the job while operating or riding in a car or truck, you most likely have a workers’ compensation claim. The vehicle may be a delivery truck, a construction vehicle, a car used to transport customers or goods, or any other type of motor vehicle. Your employer’s workers’ compensation insurer may be responsible for paying your medical bills and replacing your lost wages.

Subin Associates recommends that you get your workers’ compensation claim underway as soon as possible to maximize the benefits that you receive. Call our New York attorneys to discuss work-related car accidents at 877-265-4065.

Third-Party Claims For Accidents

It is important to have an experienced personal injury attorney evaluate your case to determine whether there is a third-party liability issue as well. Third-party liability may apply when another motorist, a property owner, a car mechanic, a car manufacturer or a government entity was negligent and contributed to or caused the accident.

Subin Associates, a well-established Manhattan and Brooklyn construction vehicle injury law firm, works hard to ensure that every avenue of compensation is exploited. Clients who have been injured in work-related car accidents rely on our thorough representation to maximize recovery of compensation.

Call A New York Car Accident Attorney

Contact our New York City law firm today to discuss your work-related traffic accident and injuries. Attorneys are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis. You will owe no attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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