Types of Accidents
Site Owners Have the Responsibility to Provide Safe Work Environments
There are many different ways that an individual can be injured while on a construction site, however regardless of the manner in which you are injured, if you are an employee hired to work at this construction site then the contractor and/or owner has the responsibility to provide you with a safe work environment. This individual may be held liable for your injuries even if the injuries you have sustained were the result of an accident caused by a subcontractor or your employer.
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be entitled to file a claim to collect monetary compensation for your injuries. Our firm will be able to help you through this process and advise you of the best action for you to take. There are numerous different construction accidents that are covered by workers' compensation, some of which may include:
- Falls through a roof or floor opening
- Falling object injuries
- Scaffold collapse accidents
- Electrical shock through a defective power board
- Falling from a ladder or improperly constructed scaffolding
There are many other cases where an individual may be entitled to money damages, if you have been injured while on a construction site then speak with a representative from our firm and we will be able to advise you of the best action for you to take.
Injured in a construction accident?
It is vitally important that you understand your rights and what options you have if you have been hurt due to the negligence of another. While not many people fully understand the severity of their situation, it is important for you to speak with a representative from our firm who will be able to answer any questions you may have and advise you of the best action for you to take in order to obtain money damages.