One Of Our Construction Accident Lawyers Can Help
No matter how safe your work environment, there is always a risk of accident and injury—especially if your workplace is a construction site. Construction sites offer the perfect storm of danger, heights, heavy and sharp objects, and loose materials to cause up to one in five of all workplace deaths, according to the US Department of Labor.
Construction Site Victims
Pedestrians, visitors, and passers-by can all be injured on construction sites, but the most often injured parties are the workers themselves. Frequently, because of state laws, workers are unable to file claims for their construction accident injuries unless the injury resulted from a third party’s negligence or purposeful shoddiness. That means injured workers are limited to suing property managers, equipment manufacturers, chemical manufacturers and material suppliers.
Because it’s hard to prove negligence and because construction site accident lawsuits are difficult to win, it’s all the more important that injured people get an attorney with the right knowledge and experience fighting—and winning—similar cases. A qualified construction accident lawyer will not only be sensitive to your needs during this difficult time, they will also understand how to best and most persuasively present your case. With potential judgments and settlements ranging from $15 million to $64 million and no payment unless you win, they understand exactly what’s on the line.
Lawyer Referral for Construction Accident Lawsuits
When you’ve got a case against a negligent third party for an injury you suffered during a construction accident, you need an attorney who won’t just fight for justice, but who understands how to best win your case. At Pravati, our goal is to match you to the right legal representative so you can benefit from their experience and avoid having to pay upfront fees and retainers. With one of our perfectly matched construction accident lawyers, you can fight to get the settlement you deserve for personal injury, property damage, lost wages, decreased earnings capacity, pain and suffering and more. Contact us today to get started.