A Construction Accident May Be More Than Workers' Comp
Construction sites can be very dangerous places to work and the potential for serious injury is high. The site is in a constant state of change and new hazards arise on a daily basis. If you have suffered an injury on a construction job site, you need the help of an experienced lawyer.
At the Friedman Law Offices, P.C., L.L.O. , we have experience handling all types of construction accidents, including equipment malfunctions, falling debris, crane accidents, trench collapses, scaffolding accidents, injuries caused by other workers and many others.
Fighting to Protect Your Interests
Injuries suffered by a hard-working professional at a construction site are presumed to be a workers' compensation matter. Following an accident, they assume that their only route to remedies is through their company's workers' compensation insurance. That assumption ignores the possibility of a third-party being responsible for the accident.
If a crane accident or motor vehicle crash resulted in a job site injury, you have the right to file not only a workers' compensation claim, but also a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent third-party that caused you injury. At the Friedman Law Offices, P.C., L.L.O. , we navigate clients through a complex process to secure the damages they deserve.
While you hold your employer accountable for paying workers' compensation benefits, you may also be able to pursue compensation from the negligent party that caused your construction accident. For help, contact an attorney at 888-419-6876 for a free consultation and immediate evaluation of your case.
Our personal injury lawyers' experience in third-party liability coupled with workers' compensation law benefits Nebraska residents whose careers are at stake following an accident.
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If you have been injured in a construction accident, contact Nebraska-based Friedman Law Offices, P.C., L.L.O. at 888-419-6876 for an immediate evaluation of your case at no cost.