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Texas workplace injury attorneyWorkplace injuries are incredibly common; nearly three in 100 workers get injured every year in the United States, making your lifetime chance of a workplace injury very high. While workers’ compensation insurance may be useful to some people after a workplace injury, private companies in Texas are not required to have workers’ compensation insurance. Furthermore, sometimes a third party, rather than an employer, is responsible for an employee’s injury in the job.

If you have been injured as the result of the actions of a third party in your workplace, you may want to know more about taking legal action against them. 

Examples of Third Parties That Can Cause Workplace Injuries

Business, offices, construction sites, and other workplaces are usually filled with people coming and going. While the third parties that will be present in your workplace will depend on your specific field of work, just a few examples of third parties that could cause workplace injuries include: 


San Antonio Delivery Driver Crash LawyerEvery day, USPS handles around 500 million pieces of mail, while UPS, Amazon, and FedEx deliver over 30 million packages, for a total of more than 13 billion package deliveries every year. Even more packages are delivered by independent contract workers, who use their private vehicles to make deliveries. 

This means package delivery drivers are on the road more than ever, contributing to an increase in crashes between delivery trucks and passenger vehicles. The size and weight of delivery trucks mean that passenger vehicles often fare very badly in accidents, with serious injuries and even fatalities being common. If you have been injured or lost someone you love in an accident with a delivery driver, it is important to speak with a Texas personal injury attorney. You may be able to recover compensation for your losses and get the financial help you need to begin the recovery process. 

Delivery Truck Crashes On the Rise

Delivery trucks can range from a typical 16-foot box truck making day deliveries all the way up to an 18-wheeler moving thousands of packages across the country. Unfortunately, rates of fatal crashes for trucks over 10,000 pounds are increasing significantly. These crashes happen for many reasons, including, but not limited to: 

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