Working on a construction site can be physically demanding. It often involves heavy lifting, working on scaffolding high above the ground, and working with heavy machinery. In addition to taking a physical toll on workers’ bodies, construction zones can also put workers at risk of suffering serious and often disabling injuries.
Construction workers are required to wear safety equipment like hard hats, heavy boots, and gloves, but that gear isn’t always enough to prevent them from getting hurt. Construction site injuries include burns, slips and falls, muscle and ligament damage, broken bones, and more. Workers who suffer injuries like those may be unable to work for long periods of time, if not permanently, and they often feel like they have no recourse for their lost paychecks and lost careers.
At Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers, our Texas construction accident lawyers are dedicated to helping injured construction workers by:
- Collecting evidence that proves the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence – We’ll investigate the accident and determine if your injury happened because the company you work for failed to uphold safety procedures and policies.
- Negotiating to help you get maximum compensation – Construction zone injuries frequently require extensive medical care, which is often expensive—especially when victims are unable to work. It’s our goal to get our clients the money they need for their lost wages and medical costs.
If you or someone you love were injured on a construction site, don’t wait to get the legal representation you deserve. We’re here to help anyone who was injured in a construction accident, and our consultations are always free.
December 5th, 2017|