Construction Workers Face
After a construction accident, you may be able to take legal action to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Because you may be unable to work for weeks, months or even longer, you may also be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.
Can Also Injure Passersby
Common construction site injuries include traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries, electrocutions, fractures and burns. If you have suffered injuries caused by negligent employers who did not provide proper training or maintain a safe work environment we are prepared to help you secure rightful compensation.
An accident at a construction site can lead to debilitating injuries and cause financial hardships for you and your family. This is the time to seek advice from an experienced personal injury lawyer.
From working atop ladders and scaffolding to working around heavy machinery and equipment, construction workers face numerous dangers. If you were injured in a construction accident, you will face mounting medical bills and an assortment of financial challenges. You need an experienced personal injury attorney to advocate for you and your rights.
Falls from scaffolding or ladders
Defective equipment, such as backhoes, bulldozers, forklifts and cranes
Becoming caught or trapped between equipment and in trenches
Motor vehicle accidents
Workers whose injuries were caused by negligent employers who did not provide proper training or maintain a safe work environment routinely recover compensation for their losses.
Construction Accident Notes
Kentucky construction workers deserve to have a safe environment. Unfortunately, no work environment is ever entirely devoid of potential hazards. As a construction worker, you also face more risks than most.