Strong Representation For Construction Injuries
It is no secret that working in construction zones is a dangerous job, but what do you do if you actually get hurt while working? There are no guarantees when it comes to workers’ compensation, so you need to be sure you are doing everything in your power to protect yourself. Your first step in your compensation claim is reaching out for the help of a skilled attorney.
At Curt Hamilton Injury Law, our Kentucky-based lawyers know the challenges and costs that come with a construction injury, and we know how to fight for the compensation you deserve in your workers’ compensation claim. We serve clients from our office in Henderson, no matter what the cause of their accident.
Common Causes Of Construction Injuries
Construction accidents can come from anywhere on a work site. We can help you determine the costs of your injury after accidents, including:
- Defective tools
- Falling equipment
- Falling from ladders or other heights
- Trench collapses
- Live wire shocks
- Chemical exposure
We take the time to get the information necessary for your case and build a case you can depend on to secure the compensation that accurately reflects wage loss, medical expenses and anything that may come with your injuries. To help you secure that fair compensation, we also look outside of workers’ compensation.
Sometimes, a construction injury can be the result of a third party. Subcontractors are a typical example of a third party. We can help you review the events of your injury and determine if a third party is liable for your injuries. If they are, we can help build a claim against them to receive compensation from them in addition to your workers’ compensation claim.
Get The Money You Deserve
When a construction injury happens, the consequences can last a lifetime. Let us help you make sure the compensation you receive for your injuries reflects the consequences. Contact us to schedule your free initial consultation by calling 270-458-3126 or by emailing us. Now is the best time to reach out to an attorney, so act today.