Workplace Accidents

When a worker is injured at work by co-employee, a third-party, or an unsafe workplace, the injured worker may have a third-party claim against the person or company responsible for the injury. Our work accidents attorneys at Webb, Stokes & Sparks provide comprehensive legal help to workers in various occupations who have sustained work-related injuries.

Experienced Help for Your Work Injury Claim

Webb, Stokes & Sparks represents injured employees from many types of occupations. For many people who have been seriously injured, workers' compensation insurance may not be enough to fully compensate for losses. Through a third-party work injury claim, you can hold the negligent parties accountable and obtain the additional compensation you need. We represent contractors, subcontractors and other workers injured in:

What Is a Third-Party Work Injury?

A third-party injury occurs when a worker is injured by a person or company other than the employer. For example, a roofer from one company could be injured by a defective nail gun or another subcontractor, or an oilfield worker could be injured by a rig mover or other third-party contractor.

Representing Seriously Injured Workers

Our attorneys have the resources and experience to effectively represent people who have incurred serious, life-altering injuries. Some clients may have become permanently or temporarily disabled. Our firm can seek fair compensation and protect your rights as an injured person. Contact us to schedule your free initial consultation regarding any of the following:

Our personal injury law firm also represents family members who have lost loved ones in fatal work accidents. We can pursue a wrongful death claim and seek compensation for your economic and non-economic losses.