Construction workers confront dangerous and unsafe work conditions on a daily basis. If a forklift operator is negligent, if defective equipment is used or if any type of misconduct occurs, the results can be catastrophic. We advocate for accident victims and their families following serious or fatal construction or worksite accidents in Texas.
The Lawyer You Choose Can Make a Difference in Construction Litigation
Contact us to schedule a free initial phone consultation with an experienced and compassionate Washington personal injury attorney. We understand that the accident has dramatically changed your life. We provide you with the sincere, personal attention that you need during this difficult time.
Our construction accident attorneys have seen injuries from nearly every conceivable type of workplace accident or construction accident and can help you recover the compensation you deserve for your injury. Common construction accident cases we handle involve:
- Falls from scaffolding, roofs or other heights
- Electrocutions or explosions
- Forklift accidents, crane accidents and other heavy equipment accidents
- Accidents involving punch presses and defective power tools
- Other construction accidents
Construction and Jobsite Injuries
Because workers often face more dangerous conditions when working on a construction site, in a warehouse or in a manufacturing plant, the resulting injuries from an accident are often far more severe than an office injury, for example. These accidents frequently result in catastrophic injuries, such as:
- Amputation of arms, legs, hands, fingers or toes
- Electrocution or electrical shock which may result in death
- Burns, such as electrical burns or chemical burns
- Brain injuries, including TBI or concussion
- Spinal cord injuries resulting in paralysis
- Other serious injuries, such as loss of vision or hearing, broken bones/fractures or other injuries
Third Party Liability in Jobsite Accident Claims
Job site accidents and construction injuries are often covered by state compensation programs which may or may not fully cover all expenses. However, if a third party – a supplier of materials, a subcontractor, a general contractor or the manufacturer of defective equipment – was involved, an injured worker may have a cause of action against that third party for their negligence or misconduct. Our personal injury lawyers handle complicated multi-party litigation and can help you recover compensation for all past and future wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other expenses.
If you have been injured in a bulldozer accident or lost a family member in a fatal construction workplace accident, contact us to discuss how we can help you and your family. Call or 1-888-544-3106 to schedule a free initial phone consultation with an experienced Texas construction accident attorney.
We’re paid only if you collect. We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis and cover all legal costs up front so that you do not pay attorney fees or costs until your case is resolved.