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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’re raising a voice as 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 Attorneys 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.

Turn to Us: Contact One Of Our Pennsylvania Third-Party Claim Lawyers

You can reach our attorneys by phone at 717-260-3580 to discuss your work injury case. You can also reach us via email.