I got injured on the job and Tripped fell on someone else’s property. Which caused me to brake my right radial head. Who is liable for my medical expenses?
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Your employer and possibly the owners of the property you were in and the one you fell into.
Call me as soon as possible to discuss.
Roman R. Fichman, Esq.
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Present your workmen’s compensation claim to your employer. They will pay your medical and part of your lost wages. You may also have a liability claim against the property owner.
You may have two claims; from your employer and the owner of the property. You are entitled to have you medical bills paid and also, you may be able to get compensation for your pain and suffering. We are happy to provide free no-obligation consultation. Please call our office at 718-616-1414