Construction Accidents

Working in the construction industry can be dangerous. If you or a loved one is injured as a crew member on a construction site, your case can be much more complex than a normal workers' comp case.

If a subcontractor was negligent, making situation more hazardous contributing to the accident, that must be taken into account. In many situations, a construction case may require a more detailed investigation than many worker's comp cases. The investigation could cover several parties that may need to be held responsible.

Types of Construction Site Accidents

  • Falls from heights due to:
    • Improper Safety Equipment
    • Improperly Assembled Scaffolding
    • Faulty Banisters and Railing
  • Falling Objects
  • Being Run Over by Heavy Equipment
  • Being Crushed by Heavy Equipment
  • Electrocutions
  • Explosions and Fires
  • Collapsing Walls

Many victims of construction accidents will never be able to work again, let alone have the same quality of life that they used to. While winning a big settlement can't possibly undo the damage, it can help ease some of the pain.

Steps to Take After A Construction Accident

  1. Contact your Supervisor and fill out a "First Report of Injury"
  2. Take pictures and find witnesses
  3. Seek Medical Attention
  4. Consult with a Greene & Phillips Construction Accident Attorney

If you're injured while working on a construction site, seek medical attention, submit First Report of Injury with your employer, then make sure you call or come by Greene & Phillips and talk to our construction injury lawyers. Remember, the consultation is always free, and we won't charge you a dime, unless we get money for you.

What are the Next Steps?

Step 1

Call or come by for a free consultation

Step 2

Get the medical care you need to fully recover

Step 3

Pick up your check

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