Dallas construction accidents unfortunately happen all too often. When you or someone you love suffers a serious construction injury, the effects can be devastating. The injured workers may be unable to work for weeks or months at a time, and some may never be able to return to work.
You shouldn’t have to suffer in silence.
Contact Anderson & Cummings and let our construction accident lawyers work on your behalf and leave no stone un-turned. What sets us apart is our commitment to our clients. We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity, no matter the cause of your injury.
For more information, call us today at (877) 920-9009.
Top “Fatal Four” Construction Accidents
Approximately 20% of all workplace-related accidents occur in the construction industry.
Following a fatal trench collapse that took place in Texas during 2015, David Michaels – the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) Assistant Secretary of Labor – revealed that there are more construction worker fatalities in the state of Texas compared to any other state in the U.S.
In fact, OSHA has identified four primary causes of construction accident fatalities:
- Being hit by an object
- Being caught between objects
Other common accidents can involve equipment malfunctions, scaffolding collapses and miscommunication between workers. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the employer to provide and enforce a safe working environment for all workers that are on a construction site that they are managing.
Am I Eligible For Compensation?
Following an accident, many victims are unable to return to work – and if they are, it’s often at a greatly reduced capacity.
This can result in a loss or reduction of wages and increases in medical costs that are required to treat the injury.
If the employer did NOT subscribe to the Texas Workers’ Compensation coverage, you may be eligible for compensation.
In the state of Texas, if the employer carries Texas Workers’ Compensation coverage, there are strict rules in place that govern what medical bills and lost wages can be reimbursed.
While there are exceptions, it most instances an injured worker cannot hold a covered employer liable for the accident.
However, if the employer does NOT carry Texas Workers’ Compensation coverage, you may be eligible for compensation.
Contact our legal team today for a free review of your claim and to review the options that you have available by calling (877) 920-9009.
Construction Accidents Can be Complicated. Choosing the Right Lawyer Shouldn’t Be
At the law offices of Anderson & Cummings, our client focused-approach begins when we meet with you for a free consultation.
A Dallas construction accident lawyer will listen to you and give you honest advice on what the best course of action is for your specific situation. We understand that a construction accident case is important and we will be honest with you from the beginning.
If you choose us, you can rest assured that we will work tirelessly to build a case that will help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve. Your case is about more than just money, it is about justice and holding people responsible for their reckless behavior.
Contact us today to get started on your claim today. You can also fill out the Free Case Evaluation form on this page to connect with us online we will contact you right away to further discuss your claim.
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