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Non-subscriber claims lead to negligence lawsuits

Texas doesn't require employers to have workers' compensation insurance. When an employee gets injured on the job while working for an employer who doesn't have workers' compensation insurance coverage, the worker may have to sue the employer in order to get compensation.

It is sad to think that workers who are injured on the job will have to go to court to get their medical bills covered if they were just doing their job when the injury occurred. At Manuel Gonzales PC, we understand how difficult it is to come to the conclusion that you have to take legal action against your employer because of their non-subscriber status.

When you start to think about having to pay medical bills while you aren't able to work, you might start to feel the stress. This stress might end up making the entire situation worse than what it would be if you had the financial help you needed from workers' compensation.

If you were injured in an on-the-job accident and decide that you need to seek financial compensation for your medical bills and lost wages, we can help you to explore your options. We know that this is a difficult time, but we can help you fight for what you need to support yourself and your family while you recover.

Filing a negligence lawsuit against your employer means that you are filing a personal injury claim. This type of claim has specific requirements that must be met. We can help you learn about the requirements and also help you at every step of the process for seeking compensation.

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