Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp the Only Option for Injured Workers?

This video features Nancy J. Winkler, a Medical Malpractice attorney based in Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Attorney Explains Third Party Claims

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin: 

After a work accident, how would a person know if they have additional claims besides workers' comp? We ask attorney Nancy Winkler.

Nancy Winkler: 

If someone else was responsible for your injury other than your employer, you may have what's called a third-party claim. For example, if you would use the product that was not owned by your employer, or if the premises where you were injured was either owned by someone else or maintained by somebody else, you may have a third-party claim. The best thing to do is if you were injured severely to be in contact with a lawyer, and usually lawyers do not charge you... I know my firm, we don't charge you for a consultation, that way you can determine if you have a 

third party case.

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