There is a very high risk of injury for those who work in construction. Serious accidents occur each and every day on job sites across the country. These incidents may cause severe injury, or even death. Therefore ensuring that adequate safety measures are taken and that the circumstances of employment on these sites are a clear priority of management. The failure to institute practices and policies that protect against needless catastrophe is unacceptable.
If you or your loved one has been injured on the job in a construction accident, the experienced construction employer negligence attorneys at the Finney Law Office can help you to determine whether legal action may be more appropriate than a workers’ compensation claim in your case. Contact us today at 314-646-0300 to schedule a free consultation.
Common Forms of Construction Company Negligence
The large equipment, notable elevation, and intrinsically hazardous nature of much construction work all present serious risks to the health and safety of construction workers. Some representative examples of negligence on the part of an employer that may warrant a civil lawsuit include:
There are many preventive measures required of employers to avoid injuries on a construction site. Unfortunately, not all employers adhere to these safety requirements, putting their employees at risk of long-term pain and suffering.
The majority of construction accidents are avoidable. If you or your loved one has suffered due to the irresponsibility of a construction company’s managerial workforce, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact the St. Louis construction employer negligence attorneys of the Finney Law Office at 314-646-0300.