Some of the most dangerous occupations are in construction. As a consequence, thousands of workers are injured each year on construction sites. If that has happened to you or a loved one, you need our construction site accidents attorneys to assist you with your claim.
Construction site injuries have a wide range from minor to very severe, with many resulting in death. Some common ways injuries occur include falls from heights, getting hit by objects, electrocution, fires, and explosions.
Construction site accidents can be devastating for those involved, especially when one worker injures another on the job site because of carelessness or negligence from his or her employer. If you work in construction and were injured on the job due to someone else’s neglectful behavior (or if a family member was killed), an experienced attorney may be able to help get compensation for your losses by negotiating with insurance companies or filing suit against businesses legally responsible for their negligence under applicable laws like workers’ compensation statutes.
Construction site accidents are the biggest cause of death in the construction industry. You may be entitled to compensation if you were injured on a construction site, but there are various factors that could make your case more or less likely to succeed. Do not assume that your employer will help you.
In many instances, those who have been injured while working on a construction project have grounds for a personal injury claim against their employers or the companies responsible for their work sites (developers, contractors, subcontractors, or others involved in the project.)
Construction site accidents attorneys are essential. They have the knowledge and experience to go up against insurance companies and the legal counsel that represents the employer or other companies involved. Carlson Bier Associates has been successful in getting just settlements for numerous clients. We can help you with your claim.
First, your lawyer should ask you to bring any medical records and paperwork you may have received from your doctor. They will also want to know if the accident caused any injuries that require ongoing treatment or medication.
Next, they will ask for any information regarding the construction site where the incident occurred. This can include photos and reports about what happened there before and after the accident occurred. This can help prove whether an unsafe condition was present on-site at that time and who was responsible for maintaining it.
If there are witnesses to the accident, having them talk with your attorney is helpful too because they can provide valuable information about what happened during the course of events leading up to an injury or death. Some people forget details after time passes by; this type of evidence helps keep track of what happened at every stage so we won’t miss anything important later on down our case timeline.
Finally, if there were surveillance cameras around where this event took place then we’ll want access footage from those cameras as well so we can review exactly how things went down when reviewing all available sources together.
The construction site accidents attorneys at Carlson Bier will conduct a thorough investigation of your case. They will scrutinize every detail to ensure the appropriate party (or parties) is held responsible.
If you have been injured at work, you may be entitled to compensation. You may be able to receive compensation for your pain and suffering as well as any other losses that have resulted from the accident.
You should contact an attorney immediately if you are injured on the job site. Your settlement can include: compensation for your lost wages (past and future), compensation for medical bills, compensation for additional pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident on the job, contact our construction site accidents attorneys at Carlson Bier Associates. They will be able to answer any questions you might have and help with legal representation if it becomes necessary.