Under federal requirements administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction companies and subcontractors are required to comply with certain safety regulations. Failure to comply means construction companies can be held liable for any injuries or fatalities that occur as a result.
At The Fleming Law Firm, our attorneys work with accident investigators, safety consultants, and OSHA experts in determining the cause of a construction accident.
When third parties are involved, we pursue financial damages against them as well in addition to whatever workers' compensation benefits our client might be eligible to receive through his or her employer.
If you've been injured in a construction accident, it's important to work with experienced lawyers who know how to investigate the scene of an accident, gather testimony, and hold negligent employers or subcontractors financially responsible.
To schedule an appointment and discuss your case, contact a construction accident attorney at The Fleming Law Firm today.
The Fleming Law Firm represents construction workers injured in the workplace in accidents involving:
If you are injured on the job due to negligence on the part of a subcontractor, you may want to consider suing them for damages in addition to whatever workers' compensation you are eligible to receive from your employer.
Depending on the nature of your injuries, your workers' compensation may not be enough to cover all of your lost wages, rehabilitation costs, medical expenses, or pain and suffering.
Working with medical economists, our attorneys can accurately quantify the total financial impact of an injury and demand compensation proportional to your actual losses.
Evidence can disappear and memories can fade if an attempt to recover both isn't undertaken soon after an accident. If you've been injured due to negligence on the part of your employer or a subcontractor, contact construction accident attorneys at The Fleming Law Firm today.