Due to the inherent dangers and increased risk of injury associated with construction jobs, on-site accidents occur frequently. Often, these accidents lead to catastrophic injuries that result in serious medical expenses and a lengthy absence from work. If you have been injured in a construction accident caused by defective equipment or the negligent actions of another, you may be entitled to receive compensation in a personal injury lawsuit.
Sadly, many construction sites do not take the proper steps to ensure the safety of employees. When safety standards are ignored for the sake of time or money, accidents are more likely to occur. At Cullenberg & Tensen, P.L.L.C., our New Hampshire and Vermont personal injury lawyers
can help you hold negligent parties accountable for your injuries.
Your Rights After a Construction Accident
If you have been injured in a construction accident, you may have several options when seeking compensation for your injuries. You may be entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits. Our lawyers can help you through the filing process so that your claim is not unfairly denied by the insurance company.
If your injuries were caused by poorly maintained equipment, defective equipment, negligent safety conditions, or the negligent actions of another employee, you may also be able to receive compensation from the party responsible for your injuries. Our accident attorneys may be able to hold several parties liable for your injuries, including:
- Construction industry employers
- Site managers
- Job foremen
- Other employees
- Third parties who contributed to the dangerous condition
- Defective equipment manufacturers
We offer a free personal injury consultation so you can get all of your construction accident questions answered before you decide how to best proceed with your claim.Time Limits on Accident Claims
If you have suffered a serious injury as a result of a construction site accident, Cullenberg & Tensen, P.L.L.C. can provide you with experienced legal guidance as you pursue damages for your injuries. Do not wait too long to talk to our lawyers – New Hampshire and Vermont have statutes of limitations which may cap the amount of time you have to file your lawsuit.
To set up a free accident evaluation, please contact the skilled Vermont and New Hampshire personal injury lawyers
at Cullenberg & Tensen, P.L.L.C. right away. Trust your case to the small North Country law firm that gets big results.Recent Verdict: