Work-Related Driving Accidents
Although someone is hurt in a work-related car accident, workers’ compensation coverage through their employer doesn’t always cover the full cost of damages. Depending on the circumstances of your job-related auto accident, you may be entitled to recover additional compensation through other claims or lawsuits.
Workers’ Compensation Coverage?
At Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, our accident lawyers have extensive experience handling serious injury claims in many types of vehicle accidents, including complex car accidents driving for work. With decades of experience representing people throughout Ohio and neighboring parts of Kentucky and Indiana, we’ve built a solid reputation for achieving results few firms can match.
Personal injury is all we do. Our skilled personal injury lawyers will evaluate and fully explain your situation and possible settlement options. We invite you to contact our injury attorney to arrange a free confidential consultation and case review.
For workers driving company vehicles, an employer’s insurance may only cover medical expenses but not full compensation for lost income, pain and suffering or certain ongoing disability. Auto insurance policies covering the driver of the personal car, truck, or motorcycle that hit them, may provide compensation. We have the experience to help you explore all sources of compensation you are entitled to for your injuries or loss.
Negligence By Makers Of Auto Part Makers
When clients suffer the death of a loved one in a fatal car accident while driving for work, additional death benefits can apply to help grieving families cope with funeral expenses, loss of future financial support, and help adjusting to the loss of companionship for spouses, children, parents and siblings.
After a work-related car accident due to a defective auto part, there may also be the possibility of pursuing a faulty design, manufacturing, or failure-to-warn claims involving negligence by car part makers. From serious back or brain injuries to wrongful death claims, our firm knows the laws, has the resources, and offers the proven legal strategies to produce results for our clients hurt in an on-the-job driving accident.
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If you were injured in a crash while working, or a family member was injured or killed on the job, we invite you to call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky or e-mail our Cincinnati personal injury law office. Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, offers a free consultation to discuss your needs. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ask about:
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- Home and hospital visits
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