Construction zones have been recognized as dangerous sites for decades, if not longer. The manual labor that is performed by employees of construction sites is often dangerous, and it's made even more so by the fact that the conditions under which they are working are often particularly unsafe. In fact, some would argue that the hazardous conditions that construction workers are made to endure automatically put them in more precarious situations that set them up for potential accidents and injuries.
If you were injured on the job of a construction zone, then you should not wait to alert an attorney about the matter. With a personal injury lawyer from the Mesa Law Firm on your side, determining liability for your case can be handled by a professional attorney with 15 years of experience. We are prepared to help you identify the parties responsible for your accident and then act to hold them liable for any damages that were sustained while on the job. Don't wait to contact us today for a free evaluation of your case.
Unless you and an attorney from our firm can viably establish that injuries from which you are now suffering were caused by an identifiable source which is connected with the construction site, you will not have cause for a claim or lawsuit. Therefore, we take the investigative process following an accident very seriously, making sure to evaluate even the most acute details in order to ensure that all potential causes of the accident are identified and legally addressed as they need to be.
Once the underlying cause(s) of the construction accident has been determined, more aggressive legal action can be taken. As such, when we take on a construction accident case, we do everything in our power to ensure that the cause of the accident (liability) is determined early on.
If any one of these hazardous conditions is found to have been present at the time you were injured in a construction accident, then the construction company or employer can be held liable for the injuries that you sustained. At the Mesa Law Firm, we know what signs to look for during the investigative process of an accident that happened on site a construction zone, and we can therefore build a strong case based on the evidence that we find during our investigations.
As was briefly mentioned above, a number of inherent hazards can be found onsite a construction zone in Florida or anywhere else throughout the United States. Unfortunately, these hazards are often underplayed or even hidden from the employees who report to these sites every day for work.
It is imperative that any worker who was injured on the job of a construction zone not automatically assume that the company for which they work is not at fault. In reality, some of the most common injuries that are sustained in these areas are ones that could have been prevented by the supervising officials who were overseeing the project. As such, they are ones that make the employer or construction company liable.
Construction employers are required to ensure that their employees are made to work in nothing less than a completely safe environment. In fact, it is when the correct safety measures are not taken that accidents most frequently occur. Therefore, we encourage you to first speak with an attorney about your injury; you might not think that you have a case, only to learn that the information which was provided to you by an employer did not disclose the full details of the situation or what could be provided to you as the victim of an accident.
Until you've spoken with an attorney from our office about the details of your case, there is no surefire way of knowing whether or not legal action is suitable for you. Opting to forego your constitutional right to legal representation, however, could significantly jeopardize your ability to obtain compensation through a liability case in which the construction company is held responsible.
At the Mesa Law Firm, you don't have to worry about affording the cost of legal representation because we charge you no upfront fees for an initial evaluation of your case.
At your first free consultation, we can discuss in more detail the nature of your injury in order to determine where liability should rest in your case. We encourage you to contact our office today.