Workers’ Compensation and Third Party Claims
If you were driving or riding in a vehicle in a work-related capacity, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for injuries if you were involved in a crash. If another driver was at fault, you may have a lawsuit for additional damages beyond your employer-paid benefits.
Attorney Louis P. Lombardi practices almost exclusively in workers’ compensation claims and personal injury litigation. As a former insurance defense lawyer who now represents only the injured, he is well qualified to pursue all your potential claims.
Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC extends a free consultation to employees injured in on-the-job vehicle accidents in Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Chester County, and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Work-Related Auto Accidents
Mr. Lombardi has secured workers’ comp benefits and personal injury settlements and verdicts on behalf of delivery drivers, couriers, truck drivers, construction and landscape workers, salespersons and others whose jobs involve driving. You may also have a workers’ compensation claim if you were involved in an auto accident (company vehicle or your own) in any work-related capacity — running an errand for the boss or driving to an off-site meeting, for example, even if outside of your normal work hours.
- In a workers’ comp claim, it does not matter how the accident occurred or if it was your fault. Your medical bills and lost wages are covered, no matter what your employer may tell you.
- In a personal injury claim, the other driver must be wholly or primarily at fault to sue for damages. Unlike workers’ comp, you can seek damages for your pain and suffering.
Lou Lombardi has the resources to quickly and thoroughly investigate your auto accident and identify all potential claims. Serving the Philadelphia area since 1991, he has a reputation for getting results and for taking care of his clients.
Contact us for a free case evaluation if your job-related auto accident occurred in any of the cities or towns in Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, and Chester Counties. There are no attorneys fees unless we recover compensation.