Is Another Party Responsible for Your Work Injury?
If you have been injured on the job, you are entitled to receive Pennsylvania workers' compensation. However, if the accident resulted because of another party's negligence, you may also have a third-party claim.
At Abes Baumann, we will not only help you pursue your workers' compensation claim, we will also handle your third-party claim. With more than 100 years of combined experience, our lawyers know how to prove liability and build a strong case that is designed for results.
Without a full investigation immediately after your accident, crucial evidence may be lost and memories may fade. The sooner you call Abes Baumann after your accident, the more information we will have available to us to build a stronger case for you. Call us at 412-228-4786.
Maximizing Your Compensation
Pennsylvania has one of the best workers' compensation systems in the country. Even though it offers benefits that are superior to other states, your compensation still may not be enough to cover your financial losses after a serious industrial accident or car accident. Our Pittsburgh third-party injury claims attorneys will help you determine if another party such as a subcontractor or property owner was responsible for your injuries.
We will conduct a thorough investigation at the scene of the accident to determine liability. We will interview witnesses, review police reports and take photographs to help build a strong case for you. Our attorneys will work hard to get you full compensation from all parties liable for your injuries.
Additionally, you can rely on us to keep you informed about your case. You will work with the same attorney throughout your entire case and he or she will always answer your e-mails and phone calls in a timely manner. You will never be left wondering what is going on with your case when you work with Abes Baumann.
Contact Our Allegheny County Premises Liability Attorneys for a Free Consultation
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced lawyers, contact us online or call 412-228-4786.
Our cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means that you do not pay a fee unless we make a recovery for you.