Working at a construction site represents one of the most dangerous jobs in America. Unfortunately, construction accidents injure or kill workers each and every year.
Millions of men and women work in construction as one of America’s most important industries. From residential projects to civil engineering initiatives, woodworkers, electricians, pipefitters and concrete masons are part of a group of countless individuals who work in construction every day.
Although the construction industry and Federal Regulations provide established safety guidelines for construction workers, it remains an extremely dangerous field of work. In the event that they sustain an injury on the job, construction professionals in Florida can obtain compensation. Lombana Hoelle Trial Law possesses extensive experience in assisting clients in this area.
It is important to understand your rights when construction accidents occur. The benefits that you’re entitled to under Federal regulations may include supplemental benefits and worker’s compensation, among others. That does not mean that you are not entitled to a separate claim for personal injury.
Dependent upon the nature of your construction accident, multiple parties may be responsible. In the event that a party, such as a supervisor, maintenance company, or equipment manufacturer, is responsible for your accident, you may be entitled to compensation.
When you bring about a lawsuit for a construction accident, your benefits may include: