What If Someone Else Shares The Blame For Your Work Accident?
When you get hurt on the job, there may be other parties besides your employer that are responsible for your injury. Fortunately, The Law Offices of Samuel Dagan can help you identify who should be held accountable for your medical and property damages.
Attorney Samuel Dagan has successfully handled crossover cases or cases that involve both personal injury as well as workers’ compensation claims. He is known in the legal industry as one of the founders of the term “crossover case,” and currently educates area attorneys on crossover issues.
Have you been involved in an accident while on the job? Contact our law firm in Rancho Bernardo or Visalia today by visiting our Contact Us page, or call 858-487-6500 to schedule a free consultation.
What Exactly Is A Crossover Case?
In a crossover case, sometimes called a third-party liability claim, you may be able to pursue compensation from another negligent party in addition to workers’ compensation. Essentially, it means that someone other than your employer shared responsibility for your workplace accident.
Workers’ compensation only covers your medical expenses and lost wages during recovery. Filing a concurrent but separate personal injury claim means you can seek compensation for other damages, like emotional trauma, pain and suffering.
Recovering All Of The Compensation To Which You Are Entitled
Although there is no way to turn back the hands of time on your accident, we will assertively work to make you whole and healthy again through determined representation of your crossover case.
Recognized in 2009 with a certificate of appreciation from the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego for his crossover seminars, California lawyer Samuel Dagan has handled a variety of crossover situations, including:
- Slip-and-fall due to a cleaning company’s negligence
- Injury as a result of a medical device defect
- A work-related car accident caused by another driver
- Truck driver hit by a negligent driver
- Premises liability while working in a nonemployer-owned location
- Medical malpractice
We treat our clients with respect and compassion, and we believe the medical professionals who are treating you should, too. Our valued relationships with highly trained area medical professionals allows us to ensure that you are getting the medical assistance you need, not just what is offered through your employer.
Our Contingency Fee Policy
We offer a free initial consultation to review your personal injury case or workers’ compensation claim. If we take on your case, we only charge fees when we obtain compensation for you.
Think You Have A Crossover Case? Talk To Us To Find Out.
If you suspect you have a crossover injury claim, we invite you to call our law office at 858-487-6500. We offer free initial consultations during our office hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, and by appointment on Saturday and Sunday.