Construction Site Injuries
Every day in the United States, 13 people die at work. Every year, nearly 4 million people suffer a workplace injury. Just over 17 percent of work-related deaths happen in the construction industry, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Surrounded by heavy machinery, often at elevated heights while standing on scaffolds, construction workers, bystanders, and passersby may be exposed to many risks on a daily basis.
If you have suffered a workplace injury or lost a loved one in a construction site accident, an experienced personal injury and workers’ compensation attorney can pursue a compensable claim on your behalf. We can seek to recover for all of the injuries, damages, medical expenses, economic loss, pain and suffering, and workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled, to compensate you for your injuries and damages from your jobsite or construction related accident.
If your injury or loss was caused by the negligence of more than one party or by a product malfunctioning, you may be able to claim compensation from multiple parties or through a products liability claim.
At Alan M. Tanenbaum, P.A., we have extensive experience recovering damages for construction site injuries. Contact our firm now to book a consultation with an experienced construction site injury lawyer in Charleston.
South Carolina Construction Site Accidents Lawyer
Danger can often lurk near and around construction sites, particularly where safety rules are not followed. Workers fall from ladders and scaffolds, and cranes and other heavy equipment and machinery fail. Sadly, these occurrences are not rare.
We can thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your case and seek to ensure that you can obtain the maximum workers’ compensation benefits to which you have a right to compensate you for the compensable damages and injuries suffered as a result of your on the job injury or work related accident.
If a claim for product liability or third-party liability is applicable to your case, we can evaluate, quantify and prepare a claim to recover your losses and damages that were caused by the negligence of any responsible third party.