Do you work for a Non-Subscriber Employer in Texas or another state? Many large national companies choose not to purchase Workers’ Compensation from a state-provided program when they are not required to do so. Is your employer a Non-Subscriber? Some of the biggest employers in Texas are on this list.

If a loved one or you were injured while working for one of these employers, you may have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit rather than accept a low insurance settlement offer that may not cover your medical expenses, lost wages, or other life impacts of a serious accident at work. A Texas non-subscriber attorney can evaluate your case for free and advise you on your legal options.

Our team of personal injury attorneys have helped many Texas workers receive the compensation they need and deserve to recover for a work-related injury, and we understand the challenges you may face. This guide from Schechter, Shaffer & Harris, L.L.P will help you understand the Non-Subscriber law and how it affects your rights when workers’ compensation is not available to you.

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