Construction sites present hazards to workers, passers-by and bystanders, so it’s no wonder that thousands of people suffer construction-related injuries each year. Many of those injuries could have been prevented. If someone’s negligence contributed to your injury, you may be entitled to compensation.
Roybal-Mack & Cordova, PC can help you pursue fair compensation for your injuries and damages resulting from a construction accident.
Construction workers suffer the most injuries, the majority of which are caused by:
However, construction accidents are not limited to those at work. Bystanders frequently become accident victims as a result of:
Bystanders may also suffer emotional distress from the constant noise.
Many construction-related injuries can be avoided when the proper safety protocols are followed and pedestrians and bystanders are warned of safety risks. So, construction companies may be liable for injuries if accidents resulted from:
Accidents victims may seek compensation through the liable party’s insurance company. Because construction workers suffer more fatal accidents than many other industries, surviving family members may seek compensation on their behalf through a wrongful death suit.
Construction companies and their insurance providers will fight hard to avoid paying for injuries and damages. That means you will need equally tough representation to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Roybal-Mack & Cordova, PC personal injury attorneys provide the dedicated advocacy you need to financially recovery from construction-related injuries. Our team has the experience and skill to both properly value your claim and prove liability. We strive to spare you the stress of drawn-out litigation, but we are not afraid to pursue your case to trial if that’s what it takes to get you fair compensation.
Call us today to interview our Albuquerque-based team. All construction accident cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If you do not collect damages for your injuries or the loss of a loved one, you do not pay legal fees.