Have you been seriously injured on a job site in El Paso? Check out these 3 construction accident tips, then call our lawyers to get started.
1. Choosing a Construction Accident Attorney
When choosing a good construction incident lawyer, it’s very important to find a trial lawyer with experience in this particular area of the law. When you are involved in a construction site incident or injury, there may be many different players who could be responsible, including general contractors and subcontractors. If you don’t choose the right lawyer with the right experience in these types of cases, it could be detrimental to your case.
If you have a question about a case involving injury or death at a construction site, whether as an employee or as a visitor to the construction site, we can answer your questions. Please give us a call. We stand ready to answer and give you the information that you need.
2. Common Mistakes After a Construction Accident Injury
Common mistakes that people make in construction include not seeking medical attention immediately. Yet another mistake is not reporting the injury to everyone they can report to, and doing it in writing. Thirdly, many do not look for an attorney who has trial experience in this area of the law. Finding an attorney with trial experience in this area of law is crucial if you want full and fair compensation for injuries that occur on a construction site. An attorney with the right experience can guide you through the legal process and help you find the right medical providers for your case.
3. Construction Accident Compensation
Oftentimes, my clients who come to us because they have been injured in a construction site either as an employee or as a guest on the construction site ask what full and fair compensation for their case means. There are several different types of compensation that a person would be entitled to in this situation. One is lost income and benefits. Any and all time lost as a result of the injuries sustained on the construction site are potentially recoverable under the law.
The other types of compensation that clients may be entitled to are for pain and suffering, physical and emotional, or compensation for the loss of affection and companionship of a loved one killed in a construction site incident.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured on a job site in Texas and have questions about our 3 construction accident tips?
Contact our experienced El Paso construction accident attorneys at Chavez Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
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