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Construction is one of the most dangerous occupations in America, and construction sites are among the most dangerous workplaces. Every year, thousands of construction accidents result in injuries, often the injuries sustained are very serious and can be life changing.
Most workers who are injured in a construction accident are entitled to collect workers compensation for lost wages and medical expenses. In many cases, injured workers are also entitled to compensation through a personal injury claim against third-parties. Often there are third- parties who may have contributed to the accident, such as an independent subcontractor, a product manufacturer, or other third-parties. If you have suffered a serious injury due to the negligence of a third-party, you may be entitled to compensation from them for your lost income, medical costs, and pain and suffering.
It is strongly urged that you speak with a knowledgeable Oklahoma Construction Accident Lawyer as soon as possible, if you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a construction accident. Our knowledgeable and experience attorneys will be able to discuss with you what your legal options are.
Oklahoma Construction Accident Causes
The Following are some common construction accident causes:
- Roof construction falls
- Power Lines
- Collapsed excavation walls
- Lifting/Body straining
- Fire and Explosion
- Vehicle Accidents
- Scaffolding, Ladder
- Crane, Backhoe, Winch, Grader, Scraper
- Roof Collapse
- Building Collapse
What to do after a Oklahoma Construction Accident
If you have been injured in a construction accident, it is very important you take the following steps:
- Inform your employer of the accident.
- Seek medical attention as soon as possible.
- Document the details of the accident and your injuries.
- Take pictures of the accident scene and your injuries.
- Obtain names, addresses and phone numbers of witnesses.
- Document medical care and keep all receipts for medical care.
- Contact a Dallas Construction Accident Lawyer to discuss your case.
Are You a Construction Accident Victim?
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from a construction accident, we can help you! It is important to contact our law firm to speak to a Oklahoma Construction Accident Lawyer as soon as possible, the longer you wait to take action after the injury, the more likely evidence may be lost, the fewer witnesses can be found, and the more difficult it is to build a solid case. Your case will be carefully studied to achieve the best results. We handle each case on an individual basis and provide you with the care and attention you deserve.