Like all employers, construction companies are required to provide a safe, nonhazardous work environment. However, even when safety precautions are taken, accidents still happen. It can be difficult to identify all liable parties on a construction site, making it more challenging to obtain workers’ compensation benefits. If you or a family member has been injured in a construction accident, it is vital to hire an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to protect your legal rights.
At Dixon & Daley, LLP, we represent clients throughout Southern California with their workers’ compensation claims. We understand the complexities of construction accidents, and we will thoroughly examine your case to identify all responsible parties, including general contractors, subcontractors and independent contractors. If the accident was serious, we also will look for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations and file the necessary complaints on your behalf. Our goal is to help you obtain fair and full benefits for your injuries.
Injury Claim Attorneys
Construction site accidents often result in more catastrophic injuries, as they often involve falls from scaffolding or equipment malfunctions. These claims often include intensive examination of the evidence to build a strong case.
Our experienced attorneys and legal staff have the skill and knowledge to handle even the most complex situations. We will thoroughly review accident reports, medical records, witness testimony and other evidence. We also will consult with experts who will also evaluate your situation to determine what parties are at fault. If necessary, we also can help you pursue a third-party claim in addition to workers’ compensation benefits.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
To talk to an experienced Whittier construction accident attorney, contact us at 562-567-0426 or toll free at 800-671-3818. If you prefer to send an email, you may do so using the online form on this website. Initial consultations are free. Our legal fees are contingency-based — you do not pay unless you receive the compensation to which you are entitled.