Suing Your Employer if You Were Injured at Work

Were you seriously injured at work, and have questions about suing your employer for your injuries? Watch this video by Buffalo Workers Compensation Lawyer Jerry A. Gambino to learn about the legal process. If you have questions about your particular work injury, please contact us to schedule a consultation. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide

  • A person who is injured at work cannot sue their employer; but may be able to sue a third party.
  • For example, if a truck driver who is driving their truck for work is struck and injured by another vehicle, they have a workers compensation case for their injuries as well as grounds for a potential lawsuit against the other driver and the other vehicle’s owner.
  • You cannot sue your employer for work-related injuries because that’s the purpose of workers compensation.

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide

Were you seriously injured at work and have questions about suing your employer? Contact our dedicated Buffalo workers’ compensation lawyers for a confidential consultation. The law firm of Cole, Sorrentino, Hurley, Hewner & Gambino has been providing sound legal advice and representation on Workers’ Compensation claims for more than 45 years. Let our experience work for you.

Contact Us


[honeypot address]