Massachusetts Company Vehicle Accident Attorney
After suffering an injury due to a car accident on the job, it is imperative you file a workers’ compensation claim after you receive medical treatment. If you experience any issues obtaining your entitled financial compensation from your employer, it is in your best interests to retain a Medford company vehicle accident lawyer.
Brooks Law is prepared to protect your rights in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Our legal team has extensive knowledge regarding workers’ compensation laws in a variety of states in the Northeast. In order to navigate through the complexities of your case and determine all of your available legal options, it is essential that you give our office a call for a free consultation.
Are You Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?
When an employee drives a company car, truck, or other types of motor vehicles, generally he or she is acting within the scope of his or her employment. The relationship between employers and those employees who drive company vehicles falls under the respondeat superior doctrine. This means that employers are legally liable for the actions of their employees while “acting within the scope of their employment.”
Scope of employment includes the following:
- Driving to and from off-site jobs
- Making deliveries
- Driving to and from work (with the employer’s permission)
- Using the company vehicle while conducting other job-related duties
Let Us Protect Your Rights Today
With regards to driving-related injuries in Medford, it can be your word against your employer’s. When a third-party driver or pedestrian is involved, your accident can get even more complicated. Our workers’ comp attorney is qualified to help you properly file a workers’ compensation or personal injury claim.
Our Massachusetts car accident legal team can investigate your accident and collect the evidence necessary to develop a solid and personalized legal strategy just for you. Let us fight on your behalf so that you can focus on making a successful recovery.