Construction Accident Attorneys

Construction is physically demanding work and as a result, can be dangerous even in the best conditions.   Serious construction injuries can occur in both larger commercial development projects and smaller projects for individual homeowners.  Despite regulations, routine inspections, and work safety programs construction accidents do happen.  Construction workers face some of the most dangerous working conditions of any industry and sometimes those accidents require an experienced construction accident lawyer to help sort out the details. 

Minor construction injuries, even without long-term impairments may receive fair compensation through a workers’ compensation claim. Some injuries, however, may justify a lawsuit.  Construction accidents can have a impact on a construction worker’s ability to meet ongoing job demands. Even minor injuries that seem to heal can create limitations for future work ability due to the physical necessity of a job in the construction industry. Healed injuries can even become future safety hazards for construction workers.

If you or someone in your family are currently suffering from an injury that has taken place on a construction site in the Mobile or Baldwin county areas, you may have cause to file a lawsuit.

The personal injury attorneys at the lawfirm Briskman & Binion, P.C. are experienced in working with construction workers and contractors.  Our construction accident attorneys offer the legal advice and help you need for minor and severe construction injury cases and furthermore, we can help you and your family get what you need to be taken care of after an on-the-job construction injury.

If project schedules have put you in an unsafe working environment, fortunately, we may be able to help you with compensation to pay for your medical bills and your lost wages.  Our personal injury attorneys help clients just like you to get compensation. Construction Injury compensation includes some of the following:

  • Falls from scaffolding, roofs and other high elevations causing injury;
  • Injuries sustained from the use of defective or unsafe construction equipment;
  • Injuries caused by falling tools or equipment or moving machinery;
  • Repetitive motion injuries;
  • Exposure to hazardous materials;
  • Burns received on a construction site.