Texas is a big state, and every year a distressing number of Texas get hurt at work, leaving them to face medical bills, lost wages, and worse.
Even worse, if the business an injured employee worked for doesn’t have worker’s compensation, there’s very little they can do. Their only other option is to file a personal injury claim to help cover their expenses.
The Tyler, TX, personal injury lawyers at Biggs & Greenslade can help. We work side-by-side with our clients to ensure that they’re taken care of and can heal.
Contact our offices today to schedule a free case evaluation. We’ll help you understand your options and advise you about what to do next.
As a former Marine and district prosecutor, Kenneth Morgan Biggs has extensive trial experience and the will to fight for his clients. He works hard to ensure his clients get the compensation they need.
After starting his career for a firm that defended insurance companies, John Greenslade understands the opposition and how to bring them to the negotiating table. He’ll ensure that each of his clients get fair compensation.
As a former prosecutor who handled cases involving children, Annie Northcutt has extensive trial experience and brings a sense her sense of compassion and justice for each client. She ensures that her clients are cared for.
In the state of Texas, an injured employee really only has two options to get compensation for their injuries.
If their employer maintains worker’s compensation coverage, they can file a claim with it. This will provide them with money for medical bills and other necessities.
Unfortunately, Texas doesn’t require business owners to have WC coverage. This means that very few do, electing to risk a lawsuit should an employee get hurt on the job.
The only other way you can get your medical bills covered is to hire a work injury lawyer and file a personal injury claim.
At your initial consultation, the work injury attorneys at Biggs & Greenslade will help you identify your options and find the best path forward for you.
Often the costliest part of any injury, Biggs & Greenslade will fight to ensure you don’t get stuck with medical bills for surgeries, hospital stays, physical therapy, or doctor visits.
If you missed work because of your injury or are unable to work in the future, our work accident lawyers will fight to ensure you get fairly compensated for that loss.
Plaintiffs aren’t always awarded compensation for physical and emotional suffering, but Biggs & Greenslade will fight to ensure that you are, should your accident warrant it.
If your injury forever affects you, you deserve compensation for how it will affect your life. Our team of personal injury attorneys will work to ensure you get that compensation.
The attorneys and support staff at Biggs & Greenslade are dedicated to helping East Texans get compensation for workplace injuries. Schedule a free case evaluation today.
One of the most difficult aspects of a workplace injury is how it affects your relationship with your employer. A lot of employers will fight any accident claim, resorting to unfair and cruel tactics like
It can feel wrong to file a personal injury claim against a company you’ve happily worked with for years. Unfortunately, your employer may not share your hesitancy.
A work injury lawyer can help you understand what you can and cannot do. During your free consultation, the attorneys at Biggs & Greenslade will help you understand your options so you can make the best choice for you.
By far the most common workplace accident, an accident in a company vehicle can also be some of the most devastating. We’ll fight to ensure you’re protected.
As with any vehicle, a forklift is a dangerous piece of machinery, and there’s a lot of ways for a forklift to injure you. We’ll fight to ensure you get damages.
Industrial accidents are, unfortunately, very common. They can also devastate a person’s body and ability to work in the future.
Workplace falls can cause severe injuries, and if the fall could’ve been prevented, you may be able to claim damages.
Safety violations are serious, and if you were injured because someone–including your employer–intentionally violated them, you can claim damages.