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Helping Clients Pursue Third-Party Claims For Work Injuries

Not only are injured workers generally entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, but depending on the circumstances of the accident or injury, they may also be able to recover additional compensation in a personal injury lawsuit against any negligent third parties.

The Northern Illinois work accident lawyers at Taradash Johnson Janezic focus on helping the victims of accidents and injuries, including work accidents, obtain maximum compensation from all possible sources, including workers’ compensation benefits and personal injury damages when applicable. With a team of several experienced injury lawyers – along with a dedicated group of case managers and support staff – we are able to handle work injury claims efficiently and skillfully, providing our clients with constant communication and personal attention.

If you or a loved one suffered a work injury or illness, look no further than the work accident lawyers at Taradash Johnson Janezic. We have our law office conveniently located in McHenry to better serve our clients throughout Northern Illinois, and we take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don’t pay any fees unless you win.

Contact our office today at 815-669-4635 to schedule a free consultation with one of our McHenry work injury attorneys.

Common Types Of Third-Party Claims

Third-party actions can apply in a number of situations, but they most often arise in the following work-related accidents:

Personal Injury Damages

If a negligent third party was responsible for a work accident, injury or illness, the injured worker may also be able to recover personal injury damages in addition to workers’ compensation benefits. In order to obtain compensation in a personal injury settlement or judgment, the injured worker must prove that the defendant was negligent and that the negligence caused the plaintiff’s injuries. Once negligence is established, the injured worker must also provide evidence regarding damages. Depending on the type of accident, the extent of the victim’s injuries, and laws of the jurisdiction involved, the injured worker may be able to recover compensatory damages for the following:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Household services
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Contact A Work Injury Attorney

If you suffered a work injury or illness, you need an experienced work accident lawyer in your corner. The work injury lawyers are dedicated to helping accident and injury victims throughout Illinois obtain maximum compensation and benefits. Our legal team includes three lawyers and ten support staff and, because we take a collaborative approach to legal representation, we are able to draw on a wide range of skill and experience for the benefit of our clients. Moreover, because we focus on accident and injury law, our clients reap the benefits of our intimate understanding of tort, liability, disability, workers’ compensation and insurance law.

We offer a contingency fee arrangement, which means that you don’t pay unless you recover workers’ compensation benefits or personal injury damages. Contact Taradash Johnson Janezic at 815-669-4635 to schedule a free consultation with one of our work injury attorneys.