Workers’ compensation subrogation claims are a type of insurance claim that business owners and insurance companies often defend against. Subrogation claims arise when an employee tries to sue their employer or the insurance company after being injured on the job. In most cases, these claims are resolved through negotiation, but in some instances, they may need to be taken to court.
There are many different types of workers’ compensation subrogation claims, but the most common ones involve injuries that occur while an employee is working. These claims can be very complex, and they often require the help of an experienced attorney. If any of your employees are injured while working, it’s important to have an attorney on your side who can help you navigate the workers’ compensation system and protect your rights.
The workers’ compensation system is designed to help employees who are injured on the job. However, it’s important to remember that this system is not perfect. There are many different ways that an employee can sue their employer or the insurance company, and these claims can be very difficult to defend against. We have experience handling all types of workers’ compensation subrogation claims, and we can help you protect your business from these types of lawsuits.
Insurance companies are required to provide workers’ compensation coverage for their employees. However, in some cases, an insurance company may try to subrogate (or recover) its costs from the employer. This can happen if the employer is found to be at fault for the accident, or if the insurance company believes that the employer was negligent in some way. If you are an insurance company that is considering subrogation, it’s important to speak with an attorney who can help you understand the process and the potential risks involved.
We have experience handling all types of workers’ compensation subrogation claims, and we can help you protect your business from these types of lawsuits. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
The attorneys at our firm regularly defend employers and insurance carriers against liability claims in state and federal court. We have experience with a variety of industries, including transportation, healthcare, construction, hospitality, retail, and manufacturing.
We understand that defending a company against a liability claim can be disruptive to business operations. Our attorneys work closely with our clients to develop a litigation strategy that is designed to minimize the impact of the litigation on our client’s business.
Our goal in every case is to obtain the best possible result for our client, whether through negotiation, mediation, or trial.
In addition, our attorneys regularly advise our clients on risk management and loss prevention strategies. By identifying potential risks early, we can help our clients take steps to avoid liability claims before they arise. We also work with our clients to develop policies and procedures that will minimize the risk of liability claims.
If you are an employer or insurance carrier that is facing a liability claim, we can help. Contact one of our experienced attorneys today to discuss your case.