Are You Looking For A Workplace Accident Attorney In Ohio?
Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, has years of experience and a track record of favorable outcomes on behalf of our clients who have suffered workplace injuries on the job. We offer free initial consultations to injured workers. If you are looking for a lawyer to advise and represent you after an on-the-job accidental injury, we urge you to consider that attorney’s:
- Types of cases handled
- Compassionate demeanor
- Track record of successful case outcomes
We welcome your inquiry after an injury at any type of workplace, such as a:
- Construction site
- Retail establishment (store or restaurant)
- Factory or warehouse
- School or office building
Third-Party Liability Claims For Injured Ohio Construction Workers And Other Workers
Ohio workplace accidents injure thousands of Americans each year. Many injured workers are covered by workers’ compensation. Additionally, many injured construction workers and other types of workers can bring third-party liability claims.
A ladder fall, a forklift accident, a power tool accident, a crane accident or any other variety of construction accident may have a third party as a liable party. In this case, a lawsuit in addition to a workers’ compensation claim can bring necessary financial relief. This is particularly important when injuries are severe or catastrophic. A third-party liability claim looks to responsible parties, not employers. Responsible parties may include subcontractors, maintenance companies, manufacturers, and vendors of defective tools and faulty machinery.
At Clark, Perdue & List, we help injured workers maximize the compensation they receive for workplace injuries.
We have represented people who have suffered injuries resulting from:
- OSHA violations
- Crane injuries
- Unsafe scaffolding
- Chemical exposure
- Improper safety devices
- Defective machinery
- Unsafe fall protection equipment
What Makes Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, A Trustworthy Choice Of A Law Firm After A Workplace Injury?
The law firm of Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, has extensive experience as workplace accident attorneys in Ohio. If requested, we will meet you — in your home or at the hospital, if necessary — to explain your legal rights and make suggestions for immediate action. For a free workplace accident consultation with one of our Ohio workplace accident lawyers, please contact us. We pledge to respond to your inquiry promptly.
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