Construction Site Injury Lawyer
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics continues to label construction as one of the deadliest civilian jobs, with high rates of catastrophic injuries and fatalities. To reduce the number of injuries sustained on construction sites, South Carolina law requires employers and construction site managers to maintain a safe working environment for employees. However, it is also up to subcontractors, developers, property owners and other employees to follow safety protocols to ensure that conditions stay safe. This is one reason why construction injury claims are complicated.
If you’ve been injured on a construction site in Charleston, West Ashley, James Island, Johns Island, Mount Pleasant, or anywhere in South Carolina or Georgia, you need an experienced construction site injury lawyer. With careful investigation into your premise injury and claim, you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, disability or other damages. On the other hand, if a loved one has died in a construction site accident, and it is due to negligence, Attorney Taylor Anderson can help you pursue a wrongful death claim.
For a free evaluation of your claim, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm.
We Protect The Rights Of Victims Injured In A Construction Site Accident
Construction site accidents encompass a wide variety of injuries, some of which can lead to blindness, permanent disability or death. These include:
- Broken Bones
- Knee Injury
- Ankle Injury
- Eye Injury
- Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
On any construction site, there are many types of workers and representatives such as contractors, manufacturers, architects and developers. Thus, it is difficult to determine who’s to blame when an accident occurs. A thorough investigation into an accident and claim is necessary to establish grounds for recovering compensation or pursuing a construction lawsuit.
Attorney Taylor Anderson at The Taylor Anderson Law Firm in Charleston gives your claim the attention it deserves, with a detailed evaluation of your accident and injuries. You might be eligible to collect damages for pain and suffering, along with costs relating to future earnings, medical care and even punitive damages.
To discuss your options, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today for a free evaluation.