Construction comes with many inherent personal injury risks. Power tools, electrical equipment, heavy machinery, negligent site managers, trip and fall hazards, dangerous materials, and working from heights are just some of the many risks construction workers and passersby typically face in construction zones. If you suffered an injury in an Irving, Texas construction accident, please contact the Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C. right away for a free consultation. You may possess the legal right to file a claim to damages against one or multiple parties in Dallas County.
Why Choose Us?
- We have helped thousands of clients with personal injury claims, including many construction-related accidents throughout Texas.
- We can resolve most cases using settlement negotiations, but are not afraid to engage in litigation if your case requires a trial for maximum compensation.
- We help construction accident victims and surviving loved ones with claims on a contingency fee basis in Irving.
How Can a Construction Accident Lawyer Help?
A construction site accident attorney in Texas can vastly improve your odds of obtaining a fair compensatory award for your damages. When you negotiate a case alone, an insurance company may try to take advantage of your lack of knowledge or experience in the legal sphere. This could lead to accepting a settlement offer that is far less than your injuries demand. Hiring an attorney gives you more power during settlement negotiations, forcing an insurance company to treat your claim in good faith. You can trust your attorney to take all the right steps toward fair and full compensation while you focus on other things, such as your physical healing and future.
Common Construction Accident Types
Risks and hazards to workers’ health and safety abound in the construction industry. Construction deaths accounted for more than one-fifth of all private industry fatalities in 2018, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. More than 1,000 construction workers died on the job throughout the U.S. in 2018. Thousands of others suffered serious injuries in preventable construction accidents.
- Vehicle accidents
- Scaffold collapses
- Structural collapses
- Industrial equipment disasters
- Struck-by objects
- Crane failures
- Caught-in/between objects or equipment
- Fires and explosions
- Exposure to hazardous substances
- Acts of violence
Construction workers are not the only ones at risk of injuries in construction sites in Texas. Faulty sidewalks, loose concrete, dangerous detours, falling objects, hazardous fumes, and workers or equipment in the road can also put drivers and pedestrians at risk while passing through construction zones. Whether you are a worker, bystander or driver, you have rights after an injury at a construction site.
Pursue Maximum Compensation With Help From an Attorney
After a construction accident, a lawyer from the Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C. may be able to help you obtain compensation for your economic and noneconomic damages. You could be eligible for money for your medical expenses, property damages, loss of income, lost enjoyment of life, disabilities, future health care, physical pain, and mental anguish through the civil justice system. A construction company, product manufacturer, individual or another party may owe you compensation for your past and future losses. Our attorneys can review your construction accident case in Irving, identify the defendant and file your claim to damages before the deadline.
Contact an Irving Construction Accident Lawyer
Scheduling a free consultation with a lawyer who has experience handling construction site accidents could inform you of your rights and help you understand your options for pursuing compensation in Texas. Aaron A. Herbert can help you with a workers’ compensation claim and/or personal injury lawsuit in Irving, working hard to achieve the best possible results for your injuries and damages. Learn more about your individual case by requesting a free consultation at the Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C. Contact us online today or call (214) 200-4878 anytime for a free and nonobligatory meeting with our attorneys.