Work-related injuries are much more prevalent in the construction field than in any other type of work due to the high risks, heavy equipment, and physically demanding tasks involved with the work. A property owner, general contractor, and even sub-contractor are all responsible for ensuring the safety of workers at a construction site, but when safety standards are not met, devastating injuries and even death can occur.
A person injured while working at a construction site is eligible for workers' compensation, however oftentimes an employee needs the help of a qualified and experienced St. Charles County personal injury lawyer from Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC to ensure that the appropriate steps are taken to provide full compensation to cover costs incurred by the injury.
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Construction accidents can cause life-changing injuries, and our job as St. Charles County personal injury lawyers is to help our clients get back to living as normal of a life as possible. While workers' compensation laws may begin to help a victim recover financially, other parties may also be held legally responsible for the injuries involved. With our knowledgeable St. Charles County construction accident attorney from Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC, a client may recover more extensive and thorough damages to cover losses such as income, medical bills, therapy costs, pain and suffering, and more.
Our St. Charles County construction accident attorney has represented clients suffering from:
Our St. Charles County attorneys are experienced in construction accident liability cases and educate every client on the legal options available based on the specific nature of his or her case. A construction accident claim may involve several complex issues in regards to liability, safety regulations, workers' compensation, and more that may be hard to navigate without legal support.
A St. Charles County construction accident lawyer at our firm can help review the details of each case in order to determine the best possible course of action to take. Only a civil lawsuit plus reduced workers' compensation benefits can completely pay for injuries, medical bills and lost pay.
Call us at 636.561.5599 today to learn more about how we can help construction accident victims.