Bay Area Construction Accident Attorney
Fixing That Which is Broken, One Client at a Time
Some professions are simply more dangerous than others. In fact, construction is known as one of the most dangerous professions. This statistic comes as no surprise considering that construction sites involve so many hazardous materials and types of heavy machinery. Construction accidents can be especially detrimental because the resulting injuries can end up keeping you from enjoying your life in full health or, in some cases, can keep you from working to support your family financially.
Construction workers perform long hours of physical labor and operate heavy machinery. When accidents happen on a construction site, the potential damage could be catastrophic or fatal. If you or someone you love has been injured while on a construction site, do not wait another moment to secure the legal representation that you deserve.
At Mitchell & Danoff Law Firm, our Bay Area personal injury lawyer works hard to provide you with the highest level of representation to maximize your compensation after an accident. Call (888) 483-8614 today for a free case evaluation!
Common Types of Construction Accidents
State and federal regulations, including Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines, place strict safety requirements on construction sites and other workplace settings. When rules are ignored, the lives of construction workers and other innocent bystanders are put at risk.
Types of construction accidents can include but are not limited to:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Falls from high scaffolding or ladders
- Electrocution, fires, and explosions
- Toxic exposure
- Being struck by falling debris, materials or other objects
- Crushing injuries
- Stress injuries due to overexertion or repeated movements
- Machinery accidents
- Big rig truck accidents
- Trench collapses
- Building collapses
If you have been injured in a workplace accident, you need to consult our attorney. Although you may have received workers' compensation, we work hard to maximize your compensation from negligent third parties who contributed to causing your workplace accident. If negligence played a role in your injuries, we can help you receive additional financial assistance by filing for a personal injury claim against your employer, a product manufacturer, government entity, or other liable parties.
Speak with a Top-Rated Personal Injury Lawyer in the Bay Area!
Retain us to help you maximize your damages so that you can receive the best possible medical care after an accident! We know that taking on major corporations or employers can seem frightening, especially when there is so much on the line. Don't go uncompensated for a workplace injury that has negatively impacted your life and your family. Now is the time to obtain the legal counsel that you need to help you and your family move forward.
If you've been injured in an accident through another's wrongful actions, you are entitled to compensation. Don't wait any longer; contact our firm immediately to see how we can help you.
Should I hire a lawyer for my personal injury case?There are several reasons for hiring a lawyer to represent you in your personal injury claim, rather than representing yourself. 1.) It allows you to focus on your own recovery, rather than the complicated details of your case. 2.) By hiring a skilled personal injury attorney to research your case and represent you in court, your chances of success improve drastically.
How long will my personal injury case take to resolve?
This number can vary from one case to another, depending on the details of your situation. A lawsuit can take anywhere from several months to several years to settle.
What is the average settlement amount for a personal injury claim?
The average compensation amount for a personal injury case is anywhere from $3,000 to $75,000, depending on what type of damages you are pursuing.
Does California put damage caps on claims for personal injury cases?
No, only Medical Malpractices cases have a cap. California Civil Code section 3333.2 sets a cap on the amount of non-economic damages (pain and suffering) that can be recovered in a medical malpractice case. The maximum amount that may be recovered is $250,000. All other Personal Injury cases are not subject to any cap.