When working on a job site, you already know that you’re in one of the most dangerous fields that exist. However, that doesn’t mean that it is acceptable for your employer to put you at risk for injury. There are multiple hazards on a job site that must be properly cared for in order for your employer to protect you.
If your employer doesn’t take the proper precautions to protect you from injury, illness, or even death, then they can be held liable for your suffering. If you lost a loved one due to a construction accident, our Prescott construction accident attorneys can offer help and assistance by pursuing a wrongful death action on your family’s behalf.
Contact the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. today for help getting coverage if you’ve suffered from a construction accident. We have a combined 50+ years of experience and know-how to provide you with effective research and diligent service to get you what you deserve. Speak with a Prescott construction accident attorney by calling (928) 778-2660.
The issue with construction accidents is that, more often than not, they could have easily been avoided. By following the regulations laid out by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), companies can keep their workers safe. When a construction company cuts corners, that is when a person can end up severely injured. Here are some of the common construction site accidents that could have been avoided:
Your employer has a responsibility to protect you by keeping the job site safe, enforcing OSHA standards and regulations, and protecting you from harmful situations and substances. If they fail to do this or negligently chose not to, they can be held liable for your suffering. Our experienced construction accident attorneys in Prescott, Arizona can help you get coverage for your medical bills and other expenses.
Contact the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. today by filling out our online contact form or by calling (928) 778-2660. Our construction accident lawyers serve Prescott and the surrounding areas. We will discuss all of your legal options, including your eligibility for workers’ compensation.