Construction Accidents Lawsuit Claims Lawyer
Construction sites are ripe with risks for accidents. That is why so many safety regulations are in place to govern how construction companies are to perform their work. These regulations also include how a construction site is to provide protections and warnings to keep the public safe. Sometimes, even with the most stringent precautions in place, premises negligence can cause something to go wrong, and a construction accident causes injury to innocent victims.
Although the majority of injuries from construction accidents happen to workers, bystanders can be seriously injured in construction site accidents, resulting in disabilities, dismemberment and even death. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a construction accident, Stockbridge personal injury lawyer Darrell T. Farr can explain your legal rights in a confidential consultation.
Henry County Construction Site Negligence
In a growing economy, construction sites are everywhere, and construction companies should take all necessary precautions to protect the innocent public. Due to the nature of construction, most construction site injuries are serious, and some even fatal. Common construction injuries to innocent bystanders include:
- Crane accidents
- Electrical shock and burns
- Falling materials
- Heavy equipment crushing accidents
- Scaffolding collapse
- Unsafe public walkways
When these or other serious accidents occur, it may be difficult to determine who is at fault for your injuries. Any number of construction contractors could be at work on the site on any given day and could have been negligent, causing your accident. Georgia personal injury attorney Darrell T. Farr has the experience and skill to investigate the circumstances of your construction accident and gather evidence to prove who or what was at fault.
If you or a loved one suffered from a personal injury because of a construction site accident, attorney Darrell T. Farr can help you pursue a premises liability accident lawsuit against those responsible. Call or message his office through this website to schedule a private meeting today.