Construction Accident


U.S. construction workers are one of the top occupations with the largest number of on-site injuries.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health stated that non-fatal injuries in construction are 71% higher than any other industry.

And while not all injures are serious many can be severe and even life threatening.

In 2018, the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health stated that on average 21% worker deaths across the nation were in construction.

There are numerous types of construction accidents that can occur on the job given the substantial amount of dangerous equipment and lack of adequate safety standards.

Determining who holds legal liability for these traumatic construction accidents can be difficult. Different companies are often involved on construction sites.

Manufacturers or contractors can be held accountable, or, in certain cases, both.

Unfortunately, workers' compensation may not be sufficient in covering the damages sustained to the injured victim.

In these cases, a personal injury lawyer can help the injured party bring a lawsuit against their employer based on a claim of negligence, defective products, or wrongful death.



This is an active lawsuit.






Related Injuries

Broken Bones or fractures
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Lacerations
Spinal cord injuries
Chemical burns
Burns from fires, explosions, or electrocutions
Loss of vision or hearing
Head or Brain injuries
Loss of wages
Permanent impairment
Death



Lawsuit Qualifications

To qualify, you must be able to prove:

1. The third party's negligence resulted in the injury

2. The manufacturer provided a defective product

3. Or a worker was killed on the job.



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Construction Accident

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Construction Accident Facts

  • INJURIES CLAIMED FOR LAWSUITS

    Broken Bones or fractures
    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    Lacerations
    Spinal cord injuries
    Chemical burns
    Burns from fires, explosions, or electrocutions
    Loss of vision or hearing
    Head or Brain injuries
    Loss of wages
    Permanent impairment
    Death

  • Types of Accidents for Lawsuits

    Trenching and excavation accidents
    Chemical exposures
    Crane accidents
    Defective and dangerous machinery accidents
    Mechanical risks due to machinery components
    Slip, trip and fall accidents
    Welding accidents
    Construction site explosions
    Scaffolding accidents
    Fall accidents
    People being struck by falling objects
    Nail gun accidents
    Compressed gas accidents

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