If you have been injured due to negligence, you may be eligible for compensation.
Negligence cases tend to overlap with Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability claims. It is very possible to have multiple claims within the very same accident. For example, if you are an outside salesman driving in your car for work and you get involved in a car accident, then a negligence case can be brought for said incident, as well as a compensation claim. In addition, people with serious injuries normally have Social Security Disability claims which can arise out of the negligence fact pattern.
If you think you have a negligence case, call us now.
The firm of Eliot Levine & Associates integrates its legal efforts between the negligence incident, the Workers’ Compensation incident, and/or the Social Security incident. We provide representation on these three areas and use trial counsel when necessary to support our legal activities.
A negligence case also develops in situations when the injury is not related to workers’ compensation or so disabling as to require a Social Security Disability claim. In other words, if someone is responsible for the injury that you sustained due to their negligence, a claim can be made for damages in certain situations.
Please call this firm for a free consultation if you have a negligence incident, Workers’ Compensation incident or Social Security claim.