Accidents at construction job sites – especially those involving a crane or heavy equipment – often result in serious injuries or death. Construction accidents can result in traumatic injuries such as spinal cord injuries, orthopedic injuries, neurological injuries, and traumatic brain injuries.
Although some workers may be limited to workers compensation benefits as a result of such accidents, not all contractors and employers are protected by workers compensation immunity. In such cases, a personal injury and negligence claims attorney with the knowledge and experience to handle construction site cases is crucial.
Your attorney should have knowledge regarding the Occupational, Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for construction sites. OSHA also sets standards for heavy equipment operations.
Our founding attorney Alexander Alvarez has taken courses to stay up to date on OSHA regulations and have received certification in OSHA Construction Safety Training, Forklift Operations, and Maintenance of Traffic Design.
Please call our office for more information regarding my experience handling construction and heavy equipment cases at 866-270-0589.
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