Construction Fall Injury And Accident Attorneys

Unfortunately construction fall accidents are common among construction sites and can cause death or serious permanent injury. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) the leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls. Two hundred and seventy-nine out of 806 deaths were due to falls, which equates to 34.6 percent of all construction fatalities. According to OSHA, construction falls cause far more work-related deaths than any other mechanism of injury. The next top three construction injuries include being struck by an object (9.8 percent), electrocutions (8.1 percent) and getting caught in between objects and machinery (1.6 percent). If you or a loved one gets into a construction fall accident and survives, it can take anywhere from weeks to years to fully recuperate. In fact, many falls cause devastating, permanent injuries, including traumatic brain injuries or severe spinal cord injuries that result in paraplegia or even quadriplegia. Construction falls can also cause severe and permanent injuries to a person's extremities, such as arms or legs and can also cause major injury to a person's hip or pelvis. Through these tough times you may be facing emotional, physical and financial difficulties, and we understand that the last thing you want to deal with is the legal side of things. That's where we come in. If you or someone you know has been involved in a construction fall then you should contact a construction fall attorney to receive fair compensation that you might be entitled to.

Our Proven Track Record

With so many construction fall attorneys out there it can be difficult to decide whom to choose from. That's why we recommend that you take a look at a firm's track record. Here at Luis P. Guerra, LLC, our record in recovering for construction fall victims is impressive. Although results are not guaranteed, we strive to provide the best results for our clients, and our construction fall lawyers have obtained in excess of $15 million in compensation from past cases.

Our Unrivaled Dedication

When you choose us to take on your case we'll conduct a very thorough investigation. We'll assign you a construction fall lawyer who will take a look at the case reports, visit the scene of the accident, obtain all of the relevant police, ambulance and fire department reports, talk to the witnesses, review any video footage, obtain the OSHA investigation and inspection report if one was performed, gather all of the pertinent medical records and examine all other parts of the accident that can help us build a case. There can be a number of reasons for a construction fall, including but not limited structural defects, weather conditions, poorly maintained work areas, defectively installed scaffolding, lack of adequate fall protection, unprotected roof holes, unsafe ladders and other causes. Let us build your case and fight it for you, so that you can receive the maximum amount of compensation.

Our Passion, Your Results

We handle each case as if one of our own loved ones was injured or killed. We have dedicated our careers to helping victims of catastrophic and permanent injuries. Each of our construction fall attorneys has years of experience in litigating construction fall cases. These hard times require a construction fall lawyer who takes the time to conduct a thorough investigation and who thinks outside of the box. Don't let an average lawyer handle your case for you. We don't make a penny unless you get the fair compensation that you deserve.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

Schedule a free appointment this week to meet with a construction fall attorney in person, so that you can understand why we are the best firm to go with. We'll direct you on the steps that you should be taking and can answer any questions that you have. Construction fall accidents are always devastating, so let our construction fall lawyers fight your case. We'll work tirelessly to try and obtain the maximum amount of compensation possible. Schedule your free consultation today by giving us a call at 602-381-8400 or by going online.