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Construction Site Accidents – Anywhere in Texas
Construction accidents happen throughout the building industry. You can be the victim of an accident whether you are a plumber, electrician, foreman or any other professional in the construction trade. Although the majority of construction accidents are minor, the nature of the industry can lead to serious injuries or even death. In addition, the nature of construction work can lead to chronic conditions that may leave you in constant pain, causing you to lose work time or incur mounting medical bills. Thankfully, Carse Law Firm can help.
Carse Law Firm has helped many people who have suffered construction accidents or injuries related to their trade. Over the past 20 years, we have provided assistance to those who have suffered injuries from:
- Heavy lifting
- Electrical shock/Electrocution
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Falls from ladders, scaffolding or roofs
- Being caught between machinery, vehicles or equipment
- Chemical fumes
- Building or tunnel collapse
- Heavy equipment accidents
- Welding arc blindness
- Faulty ropes, rigging, cables or wires
- Malfunctioning power tools
- Loads that broke free
- Defective machinery
- Slip and falls
In addition, Carse Law Firm has provided assistance to those suffering from long-term exposure to toxic chemicals, as well as hearing and eye loss. We also have extensive experience working with the families who have lost a loved one to a construction accident.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4,175 people died in workplace accidents in 2012. Of those deaths, 806 of those were in the construction industry. This means that construction accidents account for more than 19 percent of all workplace deaths in the country. Many times, these accidents occur due to safety violations, inadequate training or safety equipment that may go missing or is defective. Equipment owned by someone other than your employer may also have been a contributing factor in the injury.
The Carse Law Firm has extensive experience dealing with construction accidents, from talking to company officials to dealing with workers’ compensation companies. Whether you are suffering from a chronic medical condition due to your work in the construction industry, have been injured in a construction accident or have lost a loved one due to injuries from an accident on a construction site, we can help. Call us at 877-865-2580 or 972-CALL-TOM, or visit us online, to set up your free, no obligation consultation. You pay nothing unless we win your case. Our firm serves the entire state of Texas.