KATY CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT ATTORNEY

Seeking Maximum Compensation for Construction Accident Victims

Construction sites are filled with potential hazards: heavy machinery, sharp and potentially dangerous tools, the scaffolding that raises construction workers and contractors to high altitudes, etc. If the individuals operating and working on these sites are not careful, serious accidents can easily occur. All it takes is one person’s negligence to cause another individual a life-altering injury or even death.

Were you seriously hurt at a construction site, or do you have a loved one who was killed from this type of accident?  Our Katy construction site accident lawyers at Will Adams Law Firm can effectively represent you in a personal injury or wrongful death claim. Will Adams is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and board-certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, meaning he has successfully obtained settlements and verdicts that were worth millions of dollars. Our skilled attorneys want to help you seek full financial recovery for the losses that were incurred from your construction accident.

Do I Need a Construction Attorney?

The construction industry is complicated, with many rules and regulations governing construction activities and many parties having a stake in a construction project. Construction sites often involve a developer, property owner, general contractor, and numerous subcontractors. The equipment used on construction sites is complex, heavy-duty, and prone to causing injuries when not used properly. With all of these factors involved, you will want to be able to rely on an attorney to bring together all of the necessary facts and theories about what exactly happened in your accident and who may be liable. An experienced attorney will be able to guide you through the legal processes necessary to reach the highest level of compensation available for the injuries you have suffered.

With medical bills piling up and insurance companies that do not want to pay, it is in your best interest to retain an attorney to help you get back on your feet and to help make sure you and your family are taken care of for the long term. A lawyer can evaluate settlement offers and the prospects you face in going to trial. Any necessary negotiations and proceedings will be handled professionally so that you can focus on your own health and well-being. Do not hesitate to get in touch with an attorney right away to protect your rights.

Why Choose Will Adams Law Firm to Handle My Case?

It may seem as if there are too many lawyers to choose from to represent you. How will you choose an attorney with the necessary qualifications and experience to handle your case in the best way possible? The key to finding an attorney who will do a great job is to understand the qualifications that the attorney has and the experience they will bring to the table.

At Will Adams Law Firm, our team is devoted to serving your personal injury needs.  Our team is accustomed to bringing in large verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. The attorneys at Will Adams Law Firm have been named Top Personal Injury Lawyers by H-Texas Magazine and Texas Monthly Magazine as a Texas Super Lawyer year after year.  With the experience and credentials our team brings to the table, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.

If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, contact WIll Adams Law Firm at (800) 559-0593 and take advantage of a free consultation with a member of our team.

Types of Construction Accidents

A few examples of construction accident injuries include:

Who Can Be Liable in a Construction Accident

Depending on how the accident occurred in your situation, various different people or entities could be held liable. The property owner, general contractor, subcontractor, and manufacturer of equipment are all possibilities when it comes to who may be obligated to pay you compensation. In general, these parties are responsible for keeping the construction site reasonably safe and to provide adequate and appropriate training. Safety measures, warnings and training are critical at all construction sites.

Typically, the parties involved in construction are responsible for warning workers of possible safety hazards on the construction site, hiring appropriately trained employees, managing all aspects of job safety and checking to make sure the job site remains safe. Equipment manufacturers are obligated to design and manufacture equipment that is safe. If the equipment is dangerous due to a design defect, manufacturing defect, or failure to provide adequate safety warnings, they could be liable for injuries that result from the use of their products.

Proving Liability in a Construction Accident

Many construction accidents are based on someone’s negligence or carelessness. In order to prove that a person or entity owes you compensation for your injury, your attorney will have to show that they owed you a duty to maintain the construction site or equipment in a reasonably safe manner, that they failed to do so, and that this caused your injury.

Construction Accident Compensation

After a serious construction site accident, you have long-lasting injuries that need attention. Fortunately, if you can make out a case that someone was negligent in causing the accident, you may be entitled to recover compensation for all that you have suffered in a way that is designed to make you “whole” again. Although nothing can take away the fact that you have been forced to undergo the injury, compensation in these cases is intended to put you in as close to a place as you would have been without the injury. This means that you may be able to obtain compensation for economic damages, such as expenses, and noneconomic damages such as loss of companionship and pain and suffering. The following may be awarded in a successful personal injury lawsuit:

  • Medical bills for surgeries, medication, and physical therapy
  • Medical bills for doctor visits and hospital stays
  • Medical care costs for the care you receive in your home
  • Lost wages and lost earning potential
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium, or companionship
  • Emotional/psychological distress

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