Atlanta Construction Site Accident Lawyer
Get Compensated for Your Construction Accident Injuries
Construction is one of the most perilous industries when it comes to personal
injury. With the existence of uneven surfaces, heavy objects being transported
on the ground and overhead, dangerous walkways, and the extensive use
of heavy machinery, construction site accidents occur numerous times a
day all across the country. Countless safety rules and regulations are
put in place in an effort to prevent such injuries, many of which are
catastrophic in nature, but even careful and wary employees can be victims of construction
accidents. If the employee is not at fault for causing the accident, an
Atlanta workers' comp attorney could help them file for
workers' compensation and get the compensation they need to cover their expensive medical treatments.
Types of Injuries Caused by Construction Site Accidents
Personal injuries of any kind can be classified as either non-catastrophic
or catastrophic. Non-catastrophic injuries are those that cause no severe
or permanent damage to the victim. Examples include cuts and abrasions,
broken bones, and minor burns. However, catastrophic injuries are not
uncommon in construction zones.
Traumatic brain injuries can be caused by
slip and fall accidents, low obstructions, or falling objects.
Spinal cord injuries can be caused by such incidents, as well, especially slips and falls or
incidents where objects fall and crush the worker. Any of these accidents
can be devastating or permanently debilitating, so make sure to learn
what legal options are available to you before it is too late.
Hire a Construction Site Accident Attorney in Atlanta, GA
Get help from a highly reviewed firm by contacting The Law Office of Brian
H. Sumrall today. Having been selected for inclusion in
Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ two years running, Mr. Sumrall has proven his distinct ability to provide
excellent legal representation. You have
rights as an injured worker, so call today to learn more and find out what could be done to help you
fight for maximum compensation. Your initial consultation is free, so