Helping Injured Construction Workers After Work Site Accidents
Construction workers understand that they work in dangerous conditions. They face risks on a daily basis. Working with heavy equipment and performing certain tasks at significant heights increase their chances for broken bones, sprains, amputation, back injuries, trauma to the spine and head injuries.
When an accident occurs that causes injuries or death, the future becomes uncertain for construction workers and their family members.
If you have been seriously injured in a construction accident, you have the right to full compensation for your losses. Handling an injury claim on your own ignores the complexity of your legal problem. Turn to the professionals at our law firm and make sure you’re getting the full and fair compensation you deserve.
Let The Attorneys At Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, Fight For You
Employers and insurers are only interested in minimizing your damages. At the law firm of Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, our job is to maximize your compensation.
Construction accidents can take many forms, each one dangerous and potentially deadly:
- Falls from scaffolding and other significant heights
- Falling debris, materials or objects
- Fires, electrocution and explosions
- Defective equipment and machinery
- Construction vehicle accidents
- Trench collapses
- Exposure to toxic substances
Construction accidents can lead to head traumas and spinal cord injuries, amputations and death, leaving longtime professionals unable to work. In fatal construction accidents, families are left grieving the death of a loved one and facing financial uncertainty.
Even though workers’ compensation can provide some relief, accidents caused by contractors, product manufacturers and other parties require third-party personal injury claims.
Both claims run concurrently, and we handle all aspects in building both cases. Your job is to focus on recovery, whether it is from physical injury or a tragic loss.