Construction Injury

If you have been injured on the job — whether on a construction site, factory floor, or any other location — you may be entitled to bring a claim or lawsuit to recover additional and significant compensation for your pain and suffering in addition to any workers’ compensation benefits you may receive.

Other subcontractors and the general contractor on the job site may be liable for your injuries.  Worker compensation laws allow for very basic compensation to an injured worker but do not provide compensation for the effects of an injury on a worker, often referred to pain and suffering or non-economic damages, or impairment in future earning capacity. 

A personal injury claim is intended to provide the additional monetary compensation needed to cover all losses suffered due to the negligence of others on the job site, including damages for pain and suffering, compensation for your medical bills (past and future), rehabilitation and lost wages (past and future).

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