Construction Accident Lawyers Serving Denver
Denver, Colorado, Construction Accidents Attorneys
Construction companies are required to adhere to OSHA regulations and safety standards. Third parties can be held financially liable when accidents happen as a result of negligence or flagrant safety violations at a job site. In cases where a contractor is responsible, they can be sued for damages over and above what an injured construction worker is eligible to receive through workers' compensation benefits.
At The Frickey Law Firm, our attorneys investigate the cause of a construction accident in order to identify OSHA and other safety violations. We interview other workers and management while reviewing company documents that indicate corners were cut and safety compromised.
To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact construction accident lawyers at The Frickey Law Firm today. We can review your case to explain how we can help you recover any financial losses you've suffered.
Safety Violations and Construction Accidents
In order to build our client's case, our attorneys investigate construction accidents involving the following:
- Crane accidents
- Collapsed scaffolding injury
- Defective ladders
- Back hoe accidents
- Forklift injury accidents
- OSHA violations
Third-Party Liability and Construction Accidents
It's not unusual for subcontractors to perform some of the work at a construction site. If your injuries were caused by a third party, you can collect damages from them over and above what you receive from your own employer in the form of workers' compensation.
Since workers' compensation may not be enough to cover catastrophic construction site injury costs or long-term disability -- especially in cases involving head wounds, spinal cord injuries, and burns -- suing the third party responsible for causing an accident is essential. If you are injured while working on a construction site, you may be able to sue the person or company that caused the accident. Because the legal analysis of who may be responsible and whether or not you can sue them if you are receiving workers compensation benefits is complicated, call today and we can analyze whether or not you can sue the person who caused your accident. If negligence or wrongful death was involved, the compensation involved could provide a family with a measure of financial security needed to pay bills, educate children, and provide for everyday needs.
Contact Construction Accident Attorneys
Our office will not only help you recover the financial compensation you need and deserve, we will assert your rights and protect your job should your employer try to fire you or deny you access to benefits. Before giving your employer a written or spoken statement or talking to attorneys representing a third-party contractor, contact construction accident lawyers at The Frickey Law Firm today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.