Working to Obtain Fair Compensation For Construction And Petrochemical Accident Victims
Construction work is very physically demanding. There are often many people on a construction site at one time. The large amount of people, combined with equipment, and potential hazards in the area, can be a recipe for disaster. Unfortunately in some jobs, the project has to be finished on time, so the work is rushed and safety is often overlooked.
Working in refineries and petrochemical plants can be just as hazardous.
If you were injured while working on a construction or petrochemical project, it’s important that you have an experienced attorney who will work to obtain the maximum recovery allowable under the law to help you pay for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and disability damages if you missed work due to injuries. Hale Law Firm in Lake Charles is one such firm.
Experienced Assistance Following A Serious Workplace Accident
Construction and petrochemical accidents frequently lead to severe injuries such as:
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple broken bones
- Traumatic brain injury
- Paralysis, amputation and other lifelong disabilities
- Wrongful death
Oftentimes construction accidents involve OSHA investigations and include numerous entities. They could involving filing for workers’ compensation and pursuing third-party liability claims.
Injuries and deaths may occur despite an employer providing written safety manuals and safety checklists, and conducting weekly safety meetings. Our attorneys are well-versed in the various causes of industrial and construction accidents as well as the safety precautions that should be in place to prevent these types of accidents. We will help you seek full and fair compensation from all responsible parties to which you are entitled.
Discuss Your Case In A Free Initial Consultation
If you or a family member has been injured in an industrial or construction accident, please contact the law office of Hale Law Firm. We have extensive experience in pursuing compensation for victims of industrial and construction accidents, and offer every client a free initial consultation to determine if he or she has a viable claim. If we accept your case and there is no recovery, you will not be responsible for paying for any costs, fees, or expenses.