Little Rock Construction Site Accidents
Construction Injury Attorneys Serving Little Rock and Pulaski County
Those who live and work in the Little Rock area are bound to see countless construction projects at any given time. New construction, remodeling, and repairs to infrastructure cannot take place without dedicated workers. It is well-known, both in Arkansas and throughout the country, that these individuals work in an inherently dangerous field, the construction industry. If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction site accident, contact Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz today for a free consultation. Our Little Rock construction site accident lawyers are available to discuss your situation, review your options, and help you protect your legal rights.
Seeking Reimbursement for Your Losses Following a Construction Site Accident
There are many different ways a construction worker can be hurt at a construction site. The worker may be struck by a car, fall from a great height, electrocuted, harmed while operating machinery or equipment, or get caught between objects, to name a few ways. Due to the hazardous nature of the job, the injuries that workers sustain at construction sites can be catastrophic and require prolonged hospitalization, multiple surgeries, and extensive rehabilitation. Extreme incidents can involve a wrongful death.
If you have been involved in a construction site accident, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries and losses. Possible causes of action include a workers’ compensation claim through your employer or a product liability claim against an equipment manufacturer. You may also have a claim against an outside party, such as when you are involved in an auto accident while working in Little Rock. The construction site accident attorneys at NST will take the time to listen to the details of your accident, investigate your claim, and discuss with you all potential claims you may have against one or more parties.
The types of damages you will be able to seek will depend on the type of claim you have. If you file a workers’ compensation claim against your employer, you will typically be able to seek medical benefits and payment toward your lost wages. You may also be entitled to permanent partial disability benefits if you suffer a permanent impairment to your body. You are generally not entitled to pain and suffering under workers’ compensation law, as it is a no-fault system, meaning that you do not have to prove that your injury was the product of someone’s negligence. Instead, you just have to show that you were injured through the course and scope of employment.
In a third party lawsuit or product liability claim against a manufacturer of a defective product, our Little Rock construction site accident attorneys can help you seek compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. You may also be able to recover punitive damages if you can prove that the manufacturer misrepresented or concealed the defect. In a third party claim, you will have to prove that the other party’s negligence caused your injury and losses, and you will be entitled to seek recovery for your medical expenses, lost wages, lost future earnings, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and other non-economic losses.
Consult with an Experienced Construction Site Accident Lawyer in Little Rock
If you have been hurt on a construction site, contact NST today to speak with one of our Little Rock accident attorneys. We are knowledgeable on the many different types of claims that may be available to construction site accident victims, and our team may be able to assist you with pursuing multiple claims against multiple parties, depending on the facts of your case. To date, we have recovered more than $1.5 billion for our injured clients and their families, and we represent construction accident victims in Little Rock, Jonesboro, Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Caruthersville, Hayti, Oxford, Starkville, Corinth, Columbus, Tupelo, Meridian, Jackson, and other areas of Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, and Kentucky. For a free consultation with an Arkansas attorney, call 800-529-4004 or complete our online form.