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Los Angeles Construction Injury Lawyer

Construction Injuries: Los Angeles & Nationwide

Construction remains one of the most dangerous industries for workers. Construction sites are dangerous not only for construction workers but for other people who happen to be nearby as well. Whether you are driving through or walking past a construction site, you could be caught in the crossfire of some industrial accident. Even something as innocuous as a dropped wrench can lead to serious injury or worse. Many construction sites are not operated in compliance with all appropriate safety regulations, creating hazards for workers and everyone else around.

If you or someone you care about has been hurt or killed on a construction site in Southern California, call the Los Angeles construction accident attorney at Morris Law Firm for a free consultation. We fight to ensure that you get the medical care you need for your injuries and that the proper parties are held responsible.

Common Construction Accident Causes and Injuries

Construction sites are a massive collection of hazards. Any number of things can go wrong, causing an accident and injuring workers as well as civilians passing by. At Morris Law Firm, we help victims injured at construction sites in all manner of accidents, including the following:

  • Falling, flying, or rolling objects
  • Slip and falls
  • Scaffolding or ladder collapse
  • Falls from height
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Faulty or poorly maintained equipment
  • Fires and explosions
  • Exposure to harmful chemicals

Workers and civilians injured on construction sites often suffer a variety of injuries, including:

  • Broken bones
  • Concussion and other traumatic brain injuries
  • Amputation and loss of limb
  • Burns
  • Cuts and bruises (lacerations and contusions)
  • Skull fracture
  • Loss of hearing or loss of vision
  • Spinal injury and paralysis
  • Respiratory damage
  • Internal organ damage and internal bleeding
  • Joint injury
  • Injury to the eyes and ears
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other psychological harm
  • Wrongful death

Whatever the nature of your injury, and whatever the cause, the seasoned construction accident attorney at Morris Law Firm is ready to help you pursue your claims. We’ll make sure you get the medical care you need and the compensation that you deserve after your Southern California construction site injury.

Who is Liable After a Construction Accident?

Construction accidents can present complicated questions of liability. Often, one party will own the land, another party will be hired to do the construction, and additional parties may be hired on to perform specific tasks. Each party has its own insurance coverage, with restrictions and limitations. In order to maximize your compensation after a construction site accident, it’s important to know who was involved and to make sure that all relevant parties are included in your claims process.

At Morris Law Firm, we know how the construction industry works, and we know how to ensure that all relevant parties are covered by your claims. We’ll hold responsible property owners, contractors, sub-contractors, drivers, insurance providers, and anyone else who should be liable for the damages you have suffered. We leave no stone unturned so that you are eligible to receive the maximum compensation possible.

Reach Out to Morris Law Firm After a Construction Accident Injury in Los Angeles or Southern California

We understand there are many ways construction accidents and construction injuries can occur and that each case is unique. Contact our Los Angeles construction injury attorney today to evaluate your unique construction injury claim. We’ll investigate the circumstances of your injury, gather evidence and witnesses, talk to insurance companies and defense lawyers, and fight to maximize the compensation available in your case. Morris Law Firm will give you a personalized evaluation and help you figure out your legal rights and next steps.

Call us today at 747-283-1144 for a fast response or fill out our online contact form to schedule your free consultation.

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