Personal Injury Attorneys Representing Workers Injured On Job Sites Throughout Texas

Construction is the United States’ largest industry, and, unfortunately, construction site accidents kill and injure thousands of workers each year. Despite legal and trade provisions in place to prevent construction accidents, one out of every 10 construction workers suffers some kind of on-the-job injury, including:

  • Falls
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Crane accidents
  • Boiler accidents
  • Electric shock
  • Trench collapse
  • Fire and explosion
  • Highway vehicle accidents
  • Compressed gases accidents
  • Welding accidents
  • Falling debris
  • Faulty equipment
  • Wrongful death

Although most injured workers will be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, these benefits will not cover all of the expenses faced by an injured worker and generally do not cover pain and suffering and the full range of damages available to the loved ones of a worker who is killed in a construction site accident.
Contact our Texas construction accident lawyers today for assistance with your personal injury claim.

Know Your Legal Rights

When a construction site accident occurs, responsibility for the personal injury can be attributed to a variety of individuals or businesses, including the owners, contractors and subcontractors, engineers, electricians, scaffolding companies, architects, insurance companies and manufacturers of equipment. For example, the general contractor and subcontractors must provide a reasonably safe work environment, and manufacturers of construction equipment are responsible for designing and maintaining safe products. In complex cases, in addition to negligence and workers’ compensation, the legal principles of agency and corporate law may be necessary in determining liability.

Construction Site Regulations

Knowledge of federal and state regulations governing construction sites is imperative when developing theories against all of the third parties who may be responsible for a construction site accident. Our construction site injury attorneys are experienced in the inspection of work sites, preservation of evidence, and identification and questioning of critical witnesses.