Can you hold someone other than your workplace accountable?

Far too often, employees suffer injuries or death while performing their job duties. If a commercial truck factors into a loved one’s injury or fatality, you may wonder whether you have the right to bring a claim against the driver or trucking company.

According to North Carolina law, workers’ compensation is not necessarily the only way to seek compensation for a workplace accident. Families can typically take legal action against a truck driver or the company who owns the truck.

Experienced personal injury attorney recovers millions for clients

Attorney Troy Stafford has a 29-year history of helping families like yours understand their rights in serious highway truck accident cases involving death or serious injury. He actively assists clients in seeking the justice and compensation they are entitled to, over and above workers’ compensation claims.

Many clients do not understand that although a loved one was working when his or her injury or death occurred, there may be compensation available, over and above a workers’ compensation claim.

Over the past 10 months, Mr. Stafford resolved two cases of highway injury and death. Through our lawyer’s skilled and dedicated approach, each family received more than one million dollars.

You could recover compensation through a third party claim

When a third party is responsible for hurting one of your family members on the job, you may have a distinctly different case from state workers’ compensation laws. Simply put, you may be able to hold more than one entity liable.

For example, if a driver hits a highway worker, not unlike the recent tragic accident on interstate 40, you might be able to take legal action against the:

  • Employer
  • Truck driver
  • Trucking company

We determine who is at fault, to fight for maximum compensation for you.

A free consultation will help you learn about your rights

Many lawyers neither understand nor appreciate the opportunities available through filing multiple claims. However, we regularly guide families like yours through the process of holding others accountable.

A no-obligation consultation with our firm will help you understand your options. We can help you seek the compensation you deserve.

Attorney Troy Stafford has handled serious injury and wrongful death claims for over 28 years in the Statesville, Mooresville and Charlotte areas. For assistance with a serious injury case, contact Troy Stafford at 704-377-5242 or send him an email at [email protected].

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