Construction Accidents

More people are injured in construction workplace accidents than in any other industry. Almost 4 out of every 100 construction workers are injured or killed each year. In 2013 alone, over 800 workers were killed in work-related construction accidents.

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 created safety standards for companies to follow, but even when companies hold to OSHA’s standards, accidents still occur.

Construction accidents come in many forms including scaffolding accidents, building collapse, faulty construction machinery, welding accidents, falls, elevator accidents, fork lift accidents, compressor accidents, gas explosions, crane accidents, ladder falls or accidents and many more.

Who Is at Fault?

Because construction sites are full of people and dangerous situations, in construction accidents, the fault can lie with a number of different parties, including:

How Do I Build a Construction Accident Case?

If you are involved in a construction accident, it is important to gather as much information and evidence as possible. This will help our team of personal injury attorneys determine if you have a strong claim, and build a successful case.

Contact Kaplan & Lukowski, LLP

If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction accident, you could be facing extensive medical bills, time off at work and other expenses. Talk to an attorney at Kaplan & Lukowski, LLP of Atlanta and make sure you’re receiving reasonable care and compensation.

Our attorneys have over 40 years of combined law experience and will work with you to ensure you receive compensatory damages.

Call us today at (404) 845-0012 or fill out our online contact form for a free consultation.