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Third-Party Liability Attorneys in Chicago, IL

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Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish

20 North Clark Street
Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60602-5099312-445-9084
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Third-Party Liability Overview

Injuries at work often lead to workers' compensation claims. Benefits will be paid out by the organization's workers' comp insurance carrier. There are some situations, however, where other individuals or companies can also be held responsible for your accident. It is wise to contact an experienced attorney at the Chicago law firm of Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish to discuss third-party liability.

Workers' compensation is of great benefit to many injured individuals; however, there are limitations to the amount of recovery that is possible. In some situations, other individuals can be held responsible for the accident over and above the worker’s compensation benefits. A skilled lawyer at Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish can examine your situation and advise you on your best course of action.

Third parties can refer to several different types of people, including:

  • Delivery drivers
  • Subcontractors
  • Installers
  • Vendors
  • Manufacturers

Essentially, you cannot sue your employer or fellow employees after you have had an accident at work. If, however, the accident was caused by someone who is not directly employed by your company, it is possible to file a third-party lawsuit to recover additional damages, including pain and suffering. Contact an attorney at our law firm to learn more about your options for recovery.

Other Frequent Case Types

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Areas of Practice

  • Third-Party Liability
  • Personal Injury
Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Attorneys

Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Attorneys


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