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Construction Accident Claims: Do You Have A Case?
Whether you are a worker or pedestrian, a construction accident can be a terrifying experience. After an accident, there are many legal challenges that victims face when filing an injury lawsuit. Proving fault is usually quite tricky. In most cases, there are multiple parties involved with each construction site, which can further complicate the process of proving liability. Often, time is of the essence. If you recently sustained an injury in a construction accident caused by another person’s negligence, it is important to speak with an injury lawyer immediately. In doing so, they will help you file an injury claim in an effort to secure the money you deserve.
Common Construction Injuries
- Scaffolding Falls
- Falling Objects
- Equipment Related Accidents
- Fires and Explosions
- Trench or Building Collapses
- Motion Injuries, Heat Stroke, and Other Overexertion
Should I Contact a Lawyer for a Construction Accident?
Find out if you have a construction injury claim by answering the questions below:
- Did a permanent injury occur such as disfigurement, nerve damage, burns or paralysis?
- Did you fall from scaffolding, ladder or a rooftop?
- Was there a violation with OSHA?
- Was there defective or malfunctioning equipment associated with the accident?
- Did a falling object cause the accident?
- Did a construction defect play a part in the accident?
- Were you exposed to hazardous conditions without proper knowledge?
- Was someone else’s negligence a result of the accident?
If a construction accident has sadly led to death, you may want to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit
Important: Time Limit to File Injury Claim
State law limits how long you have after an injury occurs until you file an injury claim. If you’ve been hurt in an accident or due to negligence, it’s critical you speak to a local personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, to see if you have a claim and can get money for your injuries, lost income, and medical bills.