Experienced Injury Attorneys Helping Injured Workers
When workers suffer serious injuries on the job, their immediate thought usually is to submit a workers’ compensation claim. However, there are situations in which an injured employee can make a personal injury claim in addition to collecting workers’ compensation. These include incidents where an injury was caused by the negligence of a third party, such as an independent contractor, or by a defective tool or a piece of equipment.
At The Truitt Law Firm, LLC, our attorneys work with injured workers from a broad range of industries, including offshore refineries and other maritime workers, construction workers, industrial employees, laborers, law enforcement officials and office workers. We will review the facts involved in your workplace accident to determine if filing a personal injury claim also makes sense
We Will Review All Of Your Legal Options
We add value to our clients’ cases by maximizing the amount they recover. If we review your workplace accident and do not feel it warrants a personal injury claim, we’ll tell you as much. If the facts show that you do have a strong case, we will represent you on a contingency basis, meaning you will only pay attorney fees if we obtain a recovery for you.
Our personal injury lawyers also have a strong track record of representing insurance providers, self-insureds and employers in personal injury claims. Our thorough knowledge of Louisiana law in this area, combined with our experience handling both sides of these cases, allows us to accurately anticipate the opposing counsel’s strategy and develop a strong counterargument.
Discover More By Contacting The Truitt Law Firm, LLC
If you suffered a workplace injury that was caused by a faulty product or a third party on the job site, or if you have been named as a defendant in a workplace personal injury lawsuit, contact us to schedule a free consultation by calling 985-273-0900. We work with clients throughout Greater New Orleans and across Louisiana from offices in Covington and Metairie.