Construction Accident Attorneys Serving Fort Worth, TX

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Construction workers frequently experience injuries on the job. Even pedestrians walking by construction sites are at risk of injuries as well. A construction accident can cause you to sustain extremely catastrophic injuries, from burn injuries and loss of limbs to broken bones, and even a permanent disability that prevents you from earning a living for your family.

If you have been the victim of a construction accident, speak with a Fort Worth personal injury lawyer at Law Office of James M. Stanley today. Our team is here to serve your 24/7. You pay us only if we win. Begin a free case review by calling (817) 591-4222.

Who can I hold responsible for my injuries?

When a construction worker is injured, oftentimes an owner, contractor, engineer, electrician, architect, equipment manufacturer, scaffolding company and/or insurance company can be held responsible. We can help you investigate the incident and determine if negligence played a role in your accident.

Examples of common construction accidents include:

  • Falls
  • Building collapses
  • Chemical spills
  • Electrical shocks
  • Equipment accidents (including those involving scaffolding, cranes and ladders)
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Falling materials (such as rocks or bricks)
  • Fires / explosions
  • Inadequate barricades
  • OSHA noncompliance issues
  • Trenching injuries

As a construction worker, you have the right to a reasonably safe work environment. OSHA has strict guidelines in place to protect workers, include strict safety training, procedures for handling hazardous materials, proper marking of unsafe conditions, and more. When supervisors and construction companies do not follow these guidelines, they can be held liable for any injuries that result.

If you were injured on the job, you can file for workers' compensation benefits. As a modified comparative fault state, Texas allows you to recover damages for injuries, even if you were negligent (as long as your negligence does not outweigh that of the other negligent parties). If your injuries resulted from a third party (such as a manufacturer, a subcontractor, an architect or engineer, etc.), you can hold them responsible by filing a personal injury lawsuit. Our personal injury lawyers in Fort Worth can explore your options with you and help you through the entire legal process.

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At the Law Office of James M. Stanley, we can help you fight for the damages you deserve, including medical expenses and lost wages. We have helped thousands of clients recover the compensation they needed to move forward from their accident.

For a free consultation with our legal team, call (817) 591-4222 today!
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*The amounts reflected are the actual dollar amounts received by clients after deduction of attorney’s fees and expenses.