Get Compensated For Your Construction Site Burn Injury
Our injury attorneys have years of experience filing for workers comp. We’ve helped construction workers get the compensation they’re owed for on-the-job injuries and acts of negligence by their employers. We put our vast knowledge and resources to work to ensure the highest compensation possible.
Our goal is not just helping in individual cases but doing our best to secure changes in the law that work to protect others from similar problems in the future.
If you or a loved one have suffered injuries from burns or an explosion, please reach out to us today. We offer a free consultation that will give you all the information you need to decide what your best choice is. Should you decide to work with us, our attorneys will guide you through every step of the process. And if we are not successful in winning compensation for you, you will not be responsible for paying us legal fees.
How Can We Help With Your Burns Or Explosion Injuries?
Suffering major scarring or burns due to an accident while working construction can be harrowing. You’re left wondering how to pay for the medical attention you need, what to do if your damage is permanent, and how you’ll survive without your regular wages during the recovery process.
We have the expertise to give you all the answers you need, and we’ll advocate for you beyond that. We will put in all of the hard work to get you the most compensation possible, because that’s what you’re owed. Along with decades of proven strategies and experience, we have a well-won reputation in the legal community, and we’re ready to put all of that toward your case today.
What Are The Causes Of Construction Site Burn Injuries?
Most construction sites have many potential sources of injuries, from high-voltage wires to fuel sources that could explode. Injuries are not uncommon on these sites, and in some cases, these problems can even lead to death. Here are just a few of the ways that you could get an explosion or burn injury on a construction site:
*Gas line exploding
*Fuel tank exploding
*Defective fuel line
*Improperly marked or unmarked electrical wires
*Cleaning products exploding
*Welding equipment accidents
*Live electrical wiring
*Contact with toxic substances
Whatever the source of your injury, the first thing you should do is getting immediate medical attention. Then call one of our lawyers.