Construction Accidents

Construction Accidents refer to the crash that the construction workers face or the pedestrian’s face while walking by the building site. The construction workers have the right to work in a safe workplace like any other employee. It is important that the employer makes sure that necessary safety precautions are fulfilled to prevent accidents on site. Unfortunately, these rights are often overlooked by even those injured at their jobs.

The construction work is dangerous, due to the nature of the job the workers usually come across life-threatening work conditions. When construction workers are injured on site, they have the right to take action against those responsible and ensure that their rights are protected. The injured worker and file a complaint against:

  • Employer/Contractor
  • Property owners
  • Equipment manufacturers

If the worker is injured on the construction site, his financial recovery might be affected by worker compensation law, but you can file worker has the option to file a case on other parties mentioned above and get financial compensation for their injury. In some circumstances, the injured person has meaningful opportunities to get maximum compensate for his or her damages from the construction company.

A construction company is fully responsible to keep public sidewalks free from bricks or other construction materials or debris. If it fails to do so and someone suffers any injury or a damage because of it, the affected person has a full right to sue the company.

Sky Law Firm, P.A., has extensive experience with cases involving construction site accidents or accidents related to negligent construction. Our well-trained trial attorneys will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation provided by law.

When you bring your case to us, our experts review it properly. After reviewing if our experts think that they cannot represent your case they will refer you to the best option available in town. At Sky Law Firm, P.A., case review and evaluation is free of charge.

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