Construction Accident Attorney

Accidents can occur on residential property, commercial property, or at industrial sites under construction. When someone is injured or killed on a construction site, the owner, general contractor, and/or a subcontractor may be liable for any injuries sustained for the accident. Injuries sustained on a construction site can be very serious and leave you with permanent health issues, lost wages and a loss of future earning capacity.  

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If you were injured as a bystander or pedestrian, a driver, or a worker on a construction site, you may have a claim against the owner of the property, construction company, and/or subcontractors on site. Examples of construction site accidents can include:

  • Highway construction accidents
  • Crane accidents
  • Falls through unprotected holes or trenches
  • Defective ladders
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Wall and roof collapses
  • Forklift accidents
  • Defective power tools
  • Improperly stored materials
  • Faulty stairs
  • Elevator and lift accidents
  • Heavy equipment failures
  • And many more

In order to build a high-value construction site accident case, immediate action is crucial. Photographing the scene before construction advances, and to coordinate with investigating authorities such as police and OSHA officials, and to identifying witnesses are also of critical importance. Court orders may also be necessary in order to preserve evidence.

If you were injured while on the job, then you should be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.


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