At Fault in a Construction Accident
Determining who is at fault in a construction accident will be difficult without the guidance of an experienced Edmonds personal injury attorney. Contact our knowledgeable construction accident lawyers today to schedule a free consultation and find out if you are eligible to receive compensation.
At Fault in a Construction Accident | Liability
Construction accidents are complicated. There are several factors that must be considered to determine who could be at fault for your injuries. Some of those factors include:
- Whether the accident occurred at a private residence or a commercial site
- Whether you are an employee or a subcontractor
- Whether there were any OSHA violations
- Whether there were any WISHA violations
Of course, that’s not a full list of considerations. If you’re hurt on a site, you should have your claim evaluated by an Edmonds construction accident lawyer to determine if you have a legal claim and what your next steps should be.
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At Fault in a Construction Accident | Workers’ Compensation
If you’re a construction worker and you’re hurt on the job site, you could be entitled to workers’ compensation if you are an employee. If your employer uses L&I, you could be entitled to receive medical coverage, lost income, the cost of your medicine, travel expenses, property damage, and either permanent or temporary disability.
However, filing a workers’ compensation claim doesn’t mean that you’ll be treated fairly. A lawyer can help ensure that you get the compensation that you deserve for your injuries. We can help you gather your paperwork and prepare to present your claim so that you are fairly compensated.
At Fault in a Construction Accident | Filing a Claim
Your injuries may be caused by a third party or maybe you were a visitor or subcontractor. If that’s the case, you should contact an Edmonds construction accident lawyer to learn more about your rights. You could be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries, lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering and more. To learn more about construction site injuries, call us. We’ll be glad to talk to you about your options.