Can I Sue if I Was Injured in a Construction Site Accident?


Construction workers are among our country’s most ambitious, honorable members of the workforce, and for good reason. Not only do they work hard, every single day, but they also do their jobs knowing that anything can happen at any given time. Although OSHA regulates safety measures on these sites, the truth is, accidents still happen, and if you have been injured in one, there is a very good chance you will need financial compensation to help you have a swift recovery.

The unfortunate reality is that in many cases, construction workers feel as though they cannot sue, or are scared to sue, because they do not want to lose their job. However, we are here to tell you that if you hire our firm, we will most likely file what is known as a third-party lawsuit. Simply put, this means that instead of suing your employer directly, we will instead sue responsible third parties, such as subcontractors, architects, and more. In fact, in some situations, we can even sue negligent equipment manufacturers if you were injured by a defective product.

Third-party lawsuits are so that workers can obtain the compensation they need without having to worry about losing their jobs. If you are someone who has recently been injured in a construction site accident, you mustn’t wait any longer–simply reach out to our experienced Texas construction site accident attorneys today. We are here to help you get back on your feet again.

Contact our experienced Texas firm

If you or someone you know has been wrongly injured, you must not wait. Our firm is ready to help you through each step of the legal process to help you recover the financial compensation you need to move on with your life. We are ready to help–all you have to do is contact Brock & Goetzmann, PLLC today.

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