If you or a loved one were hurt in a construction accident, you may be facing steep medical bills that place a significant financial strain on your family. The cost of doctor’s visits, imaging tests, surgery, medication, and other medical needs can exacerbate the financial burden created by being out of work.
Depending on the circumstances of a construction accident, an injured worker may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost income, and other costs resulting from the accident. Some injured workers are also entitled to compensation for non-financial harm including their physical pain and emotional suffering.
Determining the Liable Party in a Construction Accident
Construction sites are full of potentially deadly hazards. Although a number of laws regulate construction site safety, accidents still occur. When a worker is injured in a fall accident, machinery accident, trench collapse, explosion, or another type of construction accident, the results can be life-changing....