Construction Accident Attorneys

Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyers There For Injured Construction Workers

Working construction is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States today, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Consequently, it is not surprising that construction workers are highly vulnerable to serious injuries. Falls, slips and malfunctioning tools are just a few of the causes of the head injuries, broken bones and spinal cord injuries suffered by construction workers.

New Jersey Law Firm Working For Injured Construction Workers

At CourtLaw, our New Jersey attorneys stand ready to help construction workers who were injured on the job. We know you are hurting; we work hard to get maximum compensation for anyone working in the building trades. With several convenient offices to serve you, our law firm is dedicated to customer service.

Examples Of Construction Accidents And Injuries

Almost anything can happen on a construction site. Workers can fall from scaffolding, trip on debris, get hit by falling tools, and suffer electric shocks. Our lawyers help clients whose injuries include:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Other head injuries
  • Spinal cord accidents
  • Broken bones
  • Contusions and abrasions
  • Internal injuries
  • Burns

We also help families who have lost loved ones in construction accidents caused by another party’s negligence.

Why Construction Accidents Are Different

Construction accident cases are different from other personal injury cases. Any worker injured while working are entitled to New Jersey Workers’ Compensation benefits. However, these benefits frequently do not begin to cover the expenses related to an on-the-job injury. That’s why our attorneys look for other sources of compensation.

Although each situation and related insurance coverage are different, there is usually another source of compensation for construction accident victims. We look for coverage from:

  • Third parties: Individuals and businesses who are not the employer but who were on site and responsible for the accident. Subcontractors, delivery truck drivers, and passers-by may have insurance that will provide compensation if they were responsible for your injury
  • Other drivers: If you were involved in an accident with another vehicle while driving for your employer, you may be able to receive benefits from the other driver’s insurance if they were responsible for the accident

Of course, identifying coverage and obtaining benefits are two different problems. Insurance companies are reluctant to payout for claims and could easily deny or delay your claim. Our attorneys will fight back in pursuit of maximum compensation for your injuries.

Contact Our NJ Lawyers After A Construction Accident

At CourtLaw, our attorneys help construction workers injured on the job obtain all the compensation to which they are entitled. To learn more about our attorneys and our construction accident practice, contact our attorneys today. Learn how we can help you get the compensation you need and deserve.