Construction Site Accidents

Construction Site Accidents

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Construction work can be dangerous. As a responsible, safe construction worker, you understand this—and you take the proper precautions on the job to protect yourself. You wear the necessary protective gear, you use the equipment correctly, and you use common sense. You follow the safety regulations of your site every day. Most of the time, this is enough to avoid a construction injury.

Construction Accidents Can Happen to Anyone

However, workplace accidents still happen. Even the most conscientious construction worker can find themselves in a dangerous situation that results in injury. For a construction worker, an injury can mean being out of work for weeks, months, or even years—and sometimes, it means never being able to work again. In these instances, you will need a capable and experienced construction accident attorney.

Who Is Responsible for Preventing Construction Accidents

It is your supervisor’s and your employer’s responsibility to maintain safe working conditions on construction sites where you work. Often, a defective product or faulty machinery is the cause of your injury. If you or a family member has been injured in a construction accident, you have legal recourse.

Contact a Construction Accident Attorney Today

We are experienced in construction injury cases and can help guide you through the legal process. With an extensive understanding and experience in Indiana state laws, our legal team will identify areas in which your employer did not provide adequate protection.

If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a construction accident, you are urged to contact the Indianapolis Construction Accident Attorneys of Wilson Kehoe Winingham. The workplace accident lawyers at WKW can help you get the compensation you deserve. Call 317.920.6400 or fill out an online contact form for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

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