Construction Accident Attorney
in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

Construction Accident Lawyer

Even with new safety regulations implemented by the state and federal government, the construction industry still experiences injury and even death due to construction accidents each year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the number of reported fatalities in the private construction industry in 2015 was 937, which was at its highest level since 2008.

All Texas constructions workers should have proper legal representation when they are injured in a construction accident.  The Dallas personal injury attorneys at The Barber Law Firm can help accident victims recover the costs associated with medical bills and lost wages.

Some Common Construction Accidents Are:

  • Crane accidents
  • Chemical exposure
  • Compressed gas accidents
  • Confined-space accidents
  • Defective and dangerous machinery accidents
  • Electrocution accidents
  • Equipment related accidents
  • Excavation accidents
  • Explosions
  • Mechanical risks due to machinery components
  • Nail gun accidents
  • Overexertion accidents
  • Slip, trip and fall accidents
  • Structure collapsing accidents
  • Transportation accidents
  • Trenching accidents
  • Welding accidents

Expenses associated with medical care for the injuries and lost wages can be recovered though the employer’s Worker’s Compensation insurance policy.  However, it’s important to consult with an accident lawyer to discuss options for further compensation from the contractor or property owner.

CONTACT AN EXPERT CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT LAW FIRM

Construction accident and injury lawyers at The Barber Law Firm are available to discuss your accident.  Our Dallas personal injury attorneys offer FREE legal consultations and work cases on a contingent basis, meaning we don’t get paid unless we win your case.  Our firm works with construction accident victims throughout the state of Texas.  Contact the Barber Law Firm at 972-231-5800 or fill out our online form to learn about your rights following a construction accident.

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