Injured Construction Workers May Seek Additional Compensation
Falls, structural or equipment collapse, faulty machinery, cave-ins and electrical accidents: These are just a few of the things that can injure a construction worker. If you or a family member works in this dangerous industry, you need to know what to do after a construction injury.
Daniel B. Scott Attorney at Law can help. Whether you need assistance filing for Connecticut workers’ compensation or appealing a denial, you can rely on his experience. In addition, he will review your case to determine whether you can seek damages from a negligent third party such as a contractor or subcontractor, an equipment manufacturer or the property owner. In third-party cases, you can sue for additional compensation, including compensation for pain and suffering. If the negligent party will not negotiate, Mr. Scott will pursue the case at trial.
Learn more today by calling attorney Daniel B. Scott in Bristol at 860-585-9647.
Helping Injured Workers And Their Families
Construction injuries range widely in severity. Many construction workers suffer back and neck injuries, broken bones, lacerations and repetitive stress injuries. In some cases, however, injuries on construction sites can be catastrophic or fatal. Such injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Burn injuries
- Electric shock
- Crush injuries
- Internal organ damage
Mr. Scott also works with surviving family members in wrongful death cases. He understands that your well-being depends on receiving full and fair compensation for your losses.
The firm helps many people in construction accident cases, including:
- Home/residential construction workers
- Commercial construction workers
- Crane and heavy equipment operators
- Road construction workers
This is not a complete list. Please contact the firm if you suffered an injury on a construction site.