Construction Accidents & Work-site Injuries
Construction sites can be dangerous, even for skilled and cautious workers. Physical labor is involved, along with heavy machinery, power tools, electrical wiring, and the need to work from heights or in confined spaces. When accidents occur, they can leave workers with debilitating injuries. Some construction accidents claim lives. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) approximately 20% of worker fatalities in the U.S. occur in the construction industry.
The Louisville construction accident attorneys at Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers represent workers and their families in the wake of construction site injuries. We know the emotional, physical, and financial repercussions that such injuries can have, and we pursue fair compensation to help workers rebuild and move on.
To discuss your case, contact us and schedule a free consultation. We can come to you, or you can come to our office, for a free review within 24 hours of your call or chat.
Representing Injured Construction Workers in Tennessee, Kentucky & Indiana
After a construction accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation for medical bills, lost earnings, and possibly emotional trauma and other damages. We serve all of Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee and can take on any type of construction accident claim, whether it involves third party liability or is covered by workers’ compensation. We will work to maximize your recovery, no matter the potential source of compensation.
Our Louisville construction accident lawyers can take on cases involving:
- Falls from scaffolding, ladders, and other heights;
- Struck by falling or swinging objects;
- Electrocution and electrical injuries;
- Caught in or between equipment or materials;
- Trench collapses;
- Heavy machinery malfunction;
- Toxic exposure;
- Fires and explosions;
- Many other types of accidents and injuries.
Don’t wait to get help. Contact our firm to schedule a free consultation today and learn how our team can help you!
* In accordance with KBA regulations, we must inform you that case and court costs may be the responsibility of the client.