Hiring An Attorney For Third-Party Workers' Compensation Claims

In exchange for providing workers' compensation benefits, Pennsylvania employers are generally protected from being sued by employees for work-related accidents. However, if your work injury was caused by someone other than your employer, you have the right to sue.

At Marzzacco Niven & Associates, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, we represent workers who are injured in workplace accidents. Historically, our founding attorney Katherine L. Niven served as chief counsel for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation and was a Pennsylvania workers' compensation judge. She brought her in-depth understanding of third-party workers' compensation claims to our current well-rounded team of injury attorneys. Our workers' compensation department is led by Jesse Rhodeside and Adam Crosier, who has been certified as a specialist in workers' compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

What Is A Third Party?

A third party can be anyone who does not work for your employer. Examples of third parties include:

While workers' compensation pays benefits regardless of fault, you have to prove liability on the part of a third party before you can sue for damages. As a result, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after a work accident to collect and preserve evidence of liability.

Contact One Of Our Pennsylvania Third-Party Claim Lawyers

You can reach our attorneys by phone at 717-260-3580 or toll free at 866-321-5340 to discuss your work injury case. You can also reach us via email.