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Were You Injured At A Construction Site? Contact Us.

Last updated on May 18, 2022

Construction jobs are notoriously high-risk when it comes to the possibility of injuries on the job. Common construction site injury scenarios include the following:

  • Falls, including slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents and falls from heights
  • Crush injuries and other injuries caused by contact with heavy machinery
  • Accidents involving vehicles at construction sites and elsewhere
  • Chemical exposure or burn injuries
  • Overexertion or repetitive motion injuries

After any such accident, you may be immobilized and require emergency care or you may be in pain but still able to walk around. No matter how you were injured and how serious your injuries seem to be, you deserve a prompt medical examination and it should be paid for by workers’ compensation in most cases. After your initial evaluation, you may require surgery, a long rest period and/or physical therapy. The workers’ compensation attorneys at DDB Law can help ensure that you receive all workers’ compensation benefits you are eligible for.

What To Do If Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied Or Benefits Are Cut Off

When our lawyers advise injured construction workers, they fight for our clients’ right to full, fair compensation, including medical care and lost wage benefits. Our team also evaluates construction site accident cases to determine whether there is a third-party liability case as well as a workers’ compensation case.

You may have the right to receive workers’ compensation benefits and bring a lawsuit against a third party — someone or an organization that is not your employer — after suffering injuries at a construction job. We will fight for your right to at least investigate such a possibility before your employer declares your case settled.

Get Legal Advice Now

We are here to help. Reach us by phone at 863-213-1608 or complete an online inquiry form after an injury on the job