Texarkana Construction Accident Attorney
Unsafe Construction Sites Can Cause Serious Injury
Construction sites are inherently dangerous, but skilled workers, proper site management, and proper implementation of safety standards can effectively prevent accidents and injuries. If a single act of negligence or misconduct occurs, workers may be at risk of serious injury or even death. At The Potter Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping construction site workers who have been injured as a result of unsafe working conditions. Our Texarkana construction accident attorneys take on cases involving defective equipment and tools, poor site supervision, worker negligence, and failures to uphold construction site safety standards.
If you’ve been injured at a construction site, call (870) 729-8223 to talk to a legal professional about your rights.
Construction Site Accidents & Injuries in Texarkana, AR
Given the nature of construction sites and the jobs that must be performed at these, workers may be at risk of such accidents and injuries as:
- Falls from ladders, scaffolding, or other heights
- Injuries caused by falling objects
- Heavy machinery accidents
- Tool-related accidents and injuries
- Electrocution or electric shock
- Exposure to hazardous substances
- Fires and explosions
- Trench collapses
- Overexertion and heat stroke
Construction site foremen have an obligation to maintain a safe working environment by following specific regulations that apply to the type of work being performed. Safety regulations apply to scaffolding construction, trenches, electric work, hazardous chemicals, and virtually all of the dangers construction site workers face every day. Identifying safety violations or negligent conduct on the part of a site foreman or another worker can help an injured worker recover money for medical treatment, lost earnings, and even emotional trauma. This is where a Texarkana construction accident lawyer comes into the picture: To properly file a claim and build a compelling case in the pursuit of fair compensation.
To learn more, or to schedule a free consultation, call (870) 729-8223.