Even if they don't have workers comp, you may still have a claim. Who caused your accident? If it's a company other than your employer, you could have a claim against them as well. There are several ways you can get medical care after an accident like this. I suggest you go to this page of our website and get some valuable information on your situation:
From your brief facts it appears that you were in an accident while working. If the accident was caused by someone you do not work with, then you have a potential third-party case that falls outside the scope of any worker’s comp. claim. You need to talk with a local worker’s comp. attorney ASAP.
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Even if your company does not have workers' comp insurance, you may still have a claim for damages. Anytime a worker is injured on the job it is important to discuss the details with a good attorney. You may have a claim against another company, another driver or a nonsubscriber claim against your company depending on the specifics of what happened.
Call a workers compensation attorney today.
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