Work-Related Injuries

Work-Related
Injuries

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Our Focus

If you have been injured on the job, be sure that you fully understand all your rights. While you likely have grounds for a workers’ compensation claim, you may also be entitled to seek additional compensation if the negligence of someone other than your employer contributed to the cause of your injuries. These cases are sometimes referred to as third-party claims.

At McNally Law, we focus our work injury practice exclusively on helping victims pursue third-party claims. While our firm does not directly handle Michigan workers’ compensation claims, we are happy to refer you to an experienced lawyer who will be able to help you with any workers’ compensation issue you may be facing.

Understanding Third-Party Claims

Any injury that happens on the job entitles you to seek workers’ compensation benefits. Third-party claims come about when your workplace injury occurs as a result over which your employer had no control. Equipment defects, work-related auto accidents and other causes can all create grounds for a third-party claim.

We conduct a complete investigation into your accident to determine how it happened and who was responsible. We aggressively pursue full compensation from all negligent parties and work to ensure that your interests are protected.

How We Can Help

We have experience handling all types of workplace injury claims, including the following:

  • Crush or amputation injuries from faulty machinery or equipment
  • Serious burns from explosions or chemical exposure
  • Injuries sustained in an auto accident while you were on the job
  • Construction site injuries

Fighting for the Rights of Injury Victims & Families

Free Consultation

McNally Law offers a free initial phone consultation to all new clients. Contact our office today to discuss your legal issue and learn more about how we can help you.