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Construction Accidents & Injuries

Over 60 Years of Combined Experience In
personal injury Law
Common sense actions could help reduce the number of construction accidents. Clearing away debris and stowing tools would eliminate major causes of accidents at building and roadway work sites. Providing adequate training to subcontractors and day laborers would also help prevent accidents. However, contractors and subcontractors ignore OSHA requirements in an effort to save money. As a result, people get injured.

Catastrophic Construction Site Injuries

At Peach & Weathers, our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience helping people obtain compensation for their injuries, medical bills, and lost income. Many of these clients have been construction workers and passersby. Many of them have sustained catastrophic injuries. Many have become permanently disabled because of their injury, unable to work or attend school for retraining. A few have died from their injuries, leaving behind a family grieving over the wrongful death of their loved one.

Catastrophic Injuries

In addition to injuries caused by the failure to maintain a clean worksite, construction accidents can be the result of:
We counsel people injured on construction sites, advising them on their options and rights. If they are better served by filing a workers' compensation claim, we will refer them to excellent workers' comp attorneys. If they are eligible to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for their injuries, medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering, our law firm will provide vigorous representation and advocacy.
Product defects in tools and equipment
Electrocution
Failure to guard the worksite
Improper installation of scaffolding
Wall collapse
Crane accidents
Falls
Explosions from compressed gas and other materials

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