What To Do When You Get Injured Working Construction:
Even though construction is an inherently dangerous profession, accidents would be rare if the construction trade focused more on basic safety standards and used suitable equipment. Serious injuries in construction accidents are usually the result of negligence by manufacturers, suppliers, building contractors, supervisors or co-workers.
Too often, corporations cut corners to increase profits or finish a job sooner. Failure by your employer to comply with the requirements unnecessarily puts you at risk for injury.
There are a few things that can aid you to help you build a strong case. For example, during our investigation of your case, we would look for negligence such as:
Wear and tear on older equipment
Incomplete inspection of worksite tools
Failure to supply safety gear
Inadequate training provided by contractor
Lack of supervision on site
We then construct a solid case against the people and entities responsible for your injuries. We consult with engineers, doctors and building professionals to determine the cause of your accident, collect relevant evidence and present a strong case for recovery.
We are experienced and methodical in investigating and building cases for workers who have been injured on construction sites.
If you have any questions about your case call us now at (801)303-5800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so you can find out about your case. Feel free to set up an appointment so we can help you receive the compensation you deserve. For our records, when you call in please mention the code 15-S so we can schedule a free 30 minute consultation for you.
Jon HammondConstruction Accident Attorneys – Christensen Law