Construction Accidents

When you take up construction work, you understand that you enter a field that has more present dangers than a typical job. However, that does not mean you should expect injury. When you follow the proper safety procedures, wear the correct equipment, and don’t take dangerous risks, somebody else’s mistake can still get you hurt.

Sometimes the negligible party is a fellow worker, or your manager not making the right safety checks. Other times the responsible party may be the construction company itself. Either way, complications can pile into a construction claim fast. A construction accident attorney can help you file a lawsuit for your damages so you can receive the compensation you deserve.

Injuries From Construction Accidents

Workers are not the only ones at risk for construction accidents. Negligence can also harm nearby pedestrians. When management does not enforce the proper warnings and regulations at a site, unknowing passersby may find themselves at the focal point of a deadly accident. Many injuries can occur when working at a poorly managed construction site. Many of them include but are not limited to:

  • Broken arms or legs
  • Burns
  • Head trauma
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Torn ligaments
  • Hypothermia
  • Brain Injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Neck injuries

Damages like these can lead to expensive medical bills and lost wages from missing work days while in recovery. Because construction work is so labor intensive, it may be that you can never work in the field again and have to look for a completely new job. Many accidents at a construction site get funneled through a state’s workers compensation system, but this makes it difficult to file a claim against those who caused your injury. If you have insurance, you may find that how much the insurance company pays you is nowhere near enough to cover the costs. The negligible party should be held responsible for their mistakes.

Many construction companies hold general liability insurance and a litigation team to defend themselves from construction accident claims. The legal network can be complex and confusing, especially in this stressful time when you may be recovering from a serious personal injury. If the negligent party is allowed to walk away, future instances of these types of accidents are likely to happen again. Contact After Personal Injury today to connect with a construction attorney that specializes in premises liability accidents like yours. Get the financial compensation you deserve with expert legal guidance.

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