Nonsubscriber Accident Attorney


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Houston, TX - Two-Vehicle Crash Involving Box Truck at West Beltway at Central Plaza near Clay

We Know...

How to pursue compensation for Non Subscriber Accident survivors and seek the medical treatment they deserve.

If your employer is a non-subscriber, that means they elect, by filing appropriate notices required by state insurance authorities, to pay work-related injury loss through some method other than statutory workers compensation. Three states—Texas, New Jersey, and Oklahoma—allow such an election and do not participate in a workers’ compensation program. Therefore, if you experienced a workplace injury with a non-subscriber employer you may be under-compensated for your injury. 


Common causes of workplace accidents with non-subscriber employers include:

  • Exposed electrical components
  • Faulty or damaged equipment or machine parts
  • Poorly maintained vehicles
  • Violation of building and safety codes
  • Lack of adequate inspections
  • Failing to perform thorough background checks on prospective employees
  • Hazards in walkways and work areas
  • Unsecured ladders, platforms, and scaffolding
  • Insufficient safety devices and gear
  • Improperly stored chemicals
  • Freshly mopped or slippery floors
  • Loose carpeting or floorboards
  • Negligent security personnel
  • Failing to offer training programs 

At Kherkher Garcia, LLP we are committed to helping workers who have been injured due to the negligence of a non-subscriber employer. We help people with all types of catastrophic workplace injuries. 

Did You Know

44% of Texas employers are non-subscribers.

We Support...

All Non Subscriber Accident Survivors

After a workplace injury with a non-subscriber employer, you may be unable to return to your job and could experience financial difficulty. It is important to know you have a place to turn. 

At Kherkher Garcia, LLP, our workplace accident lawyers will help you process your claim and pursue maximum compensation. 

Houston, TX - Two-Vehicle Crash Involving Box Truck at West Beltway at Central Plaza near Clay
Houston, TX - Two-Vehicle Crash Involving Box Truck at West Beltway at Central Plaza near Clay

When Should...

I contact a Non Subscriber Accident Attorney?

Contact Kherkher Garcia, LLP today. If you or a loved one has suffered a workplace injury with a non-subscriber employer, you must follow a specific timeframe if you want to collect compensation. The deadline to file your lawsuit is subjected to the statute of limitations. Texas has a one-year statute of limitation for all non-subscriber injury lawsuits. We will initiate your case and hold your employer accountable. 


Billions Won For
Our Clients

Compensation You May Be Entitled To

No matter what kind of accident led to your injuries, you likely suffered various economic, physical, and emotional losses. These losses can result in expenses you might not be able to afford. You shouldn’t be forced to pay for your medical treatment, prescription medications, and other costs due to a negligent action of another party. They should be financially responsible for your past and future losses, so you don’t have to pay for anything out of pocket.

We take care of you from day one, working to find you the best medical care available and putting you on the right track so you can focus on getting better.  We work with highly qualified medical and vocational experts who will analyze how much medical care you will need in the future and what it’s going to cost. They will determine your work restrictions and how much you are entitled to in lost wages in the future. We will build a formidable case for you and fight for maximum compensation for your recovery.

Common losses available in an insurance claim or lawsuit include:

Past and future medical expenses
Lost earning capacity
Mental anguish
Property damage
Lost wages
Physical impairment or disfigurement
Pain and suffering
Loss of consortium

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Steve Kherkher

Steve Kherkher

Jesus Garcia Jr.

Jesus Garcia Jr.