Construction Accidents and Personal Injury Lawsuits
The only available option most construction accident victims think they have after suffering a job site injury is the workers' compensation system. Unfortunately, comp benefits only cover medical expenses and a portion of the worker's lost wages, leaving pain, suffering and a number of other less tangible but very real damages uncompensated.
However, where defective products, the negligence of other parties (companies or people who were not coworkers) at the job site, or egregious violations of safety regulations by employers have played a significant role — another legal course of action may be available. In these cases, construction accident victims are given the right to file civil lawsuits and seek full compensation from the responsible parties.
Even if you are absolutely certain that yours was just a routine construction accident, no harm can come from taking advantage of the free consultations I offer and talking to me about what happened. My name is Michael Bradley. I have been an attorney for nearly 25 years and I may be able to help you obtain the compensation you need to actually recover from your injuries. To schedule a time for us to meet, call either of my two office locations directly or contact me online.
Don't Wait to Speak to a Lawyer
Accidents at construction job sites occur for a variety of reasons. To identify and preserve the evidence needed to establish those reasons, an independent investigation of the accident should begin as soon as possible. By contacting me sooner rather than later, I can take action to preserve the potential civil claims you may have against negligent third parties.
In addition to handling personal injury lawsuits, I also help injured construction workers in Rhode Island and Connecticut to obtain workers' compensation benefits.
Free Consultations — No Fee Without Compensation
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No matter how you were injured — in a falling accident, in a crane accident, because of a trench collapse, or some other way — talk to a lawyer and find out what your legal rights are and what options are available for compensation. Call or contact me, attorney Michael Bradley, for a free consultation and an honest evaluation of your case.