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If you or a loved one suffered an injury at work that is construction related and you want to know if you can bring a construction accident lawsuit rather than just filing a worker’s compensation claim, contact us at (877) 561-0000 to speak with our lawyers. We handle construction accidents nationwide (in conjunction with local counsel) and we’re only paid if we win the case. We can see if there is a way to sue outside of Worker’s Compensation for people who are seriously injured, which depends on each state’s individual laws.
Nowadays most construction injuries are preventable, if the worker is given the proper equipment, training and if there is ample time to consider safety measures. Unfortunately, often times work is rushed, safety steps are overlooked and training is not provided, which is a recipe for a construction fatality or serious calamity.
Some Common types of Construction Injuries are:
- Broken Bones
- Head Injuries
- Construction Related Paralysis
- Construction Caused Paraplegia or Quadriplegia
- Construction Injury Amputations or Severing of Limbs or Digits
- Skull Fractures
- Construction Accident Wrongful Death
There are various ways you can commence a construction accident lawsuit – if the company you worked for is responsible through:
- Contributory negligence
- Third Party Liability for bad Equipment
- Intentional Acts
- Insufficient Training
- Bad Safety Equipment
Depending on the severity of your case, we can bring an action to recover:
- Life Long Care
- Medical expenses
- Loss of income
- Pain and suffering
- Long-term treatment
- Loss of Employment
- As well as compensation for all your construction related consequences
If you or a loved one suffered a construction injury, our experienced attorneys are here to fight for you.
Call us at (877) 561-0000 or click here to get a free consultation today. You can live-chat with us. Don’t always believe the doctors, speak with a construction injury lawyer today to know your rights.