Construction accident victims require powerful representation if they are to receive the compensation they deserve. Injured construction workers should contact an experienced injury attorney to evaluate their case to see if the law will allow them to recover more than what workers’ compensation provides for.
Construction accident lawsuits are complex since a multitude of parties will be involved. The injured worker will fight developers, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, owners, engineers, insurance companies, and more. Each of these parties will try to deny responsibility for the accident, so it will take expert legal representation to investigate the facts and present them in court to hold the appropriate parties liable.
COMPENSATION AVAILABLE IN A CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT
Typically, workers’ compensation will pay for the injured victim’s medical care and lost wages, but the compensation is limited and does not assign fault. This compensation is usually paid for by workers’ insurance that construction companies carry for their employees on the job.
PARRIS lawyers believe that if the law allows it, an injured worker should seek damages beyond those provided in workers’ compensation to ensure that you can obtain maximum legal damages for medical expenses and future care, as well as for pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. Contact PARRIS today for your free construction accident case consultation – you pay no fees until we win your case.