can i sue a company after a jobsite accident?
i revieved a tramanic brain injury on the job and was wondering if i can sue the company?
Of course you can. All companies are responsible on your safety on a jobsite at all time.
okay, after being place on WCB can i still have that right to sue?
That's really a question you need to ask an attorney, licensed to practice in your state. Lawsuits are usually all about whether there is permanent damage of some sort and whether someone was negligent. Attorneys will often offer something like a free 30-minute consultation about the case you think you may have. They'll either tell you they think you have one that's worth pursuing, or they don't think you do. If you don't like what one says, ask another one. Other than that, your state's Bar Association may have something like an online referral site to attorneys who will answer a question like this. There are just too many variables and things a person would need to know about the law for anyone to really be able to give you a solid answer, based on the information here (especially if the answer were coming from someone who isn't a lawyer).
You can sue anybody for anything but it seems like your trauma has not affected you much by this ?.
depends on the state, every state is different. consult a lawyer or look up your state laws on your own, If you live in nevada the answer is no.
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
Well according this article on yahoo, you can. Check it out, and tell me what you guys think of it. Would you sue a kid if you could legally get away with it? is it even morally justified or not?...
by ketage4 years ago
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