Construction can be dangerous, and sometimes people cut corners and cause injuries. Call an Atlanta construction accident attorney at Fischer Redavid PLLC if you’ve been injured in a construction accident caused by someone else’s negligence.
You were working in a building that was under construction when it happened. The roof collapsed, and you were seriously injured as a result. You find out later that the construction accident occurred because of negligence on the part of one of the workers. You also learn that the construction worker wasn’t properly trained.
You’re angry and frustrated, because you know that you didn’t have to experience this tragedy. You didn’t have to be injured. Because of the negligence of the construction company and construction worker, your life will never be the same again. Talk to an Atlanta construction accident lawyer about filing a personal injury claim in Atlanta.
Most people understand that when construction is going on, accidents can happen. That’s why safety regulations are particularly strict for construction companies and construction workers. They are expected to remain alert and always consider safety a top priority.
For the most part, workers and companies follow safety rules and try to prevent accidents. Unfortunately, it only takes one person being careless to cause a serious injury accident. That person, and the company, can be held liable when their negligence causes someone to be injured or killed.
For example, if you were driving down the road and were injured in an accident due to unmarked roadside construction, you have every right to hold the construction company accountable for the injuries and damages you’ve sustained.
Here are a few examples of how construction accidents can occur in Atlanta due to negligence.
Like it or not, negotiating with insurance companies is a big part of an Atlanta construction accident claim. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up being re-victimized by greedy insurance companies who don’t care at all what you’re going through. If they can get away with paying you less money, they will.
That’s one reason it’s so important to have an Atlanta construction accident attorney on your team.
Your lawyer knows the laws and can protect your rights. They can ensure that the insurance company is playing fairly. If the company is doing anything illegal, your lawyer could sue them for bad faith insurance behavior. Insurers usually behave better when they know that an injury victim has a good lawyer to protect them.
You should know, though, that your lawyer at our firm isn’t set on only making a deal. We can take your case to court if we think we can get you more money by doing so.
You wouldn’t be looking into filing a construction accident claim in Atlanta if you didn’t have good reason to do so. One of the big reasons for filing a claim is to obtain the funds needed to pay for your medical bills, reimburse you for lost wages, and pay for all of your other monetary losses.
In addition to paying off these expenses you incurred as a result of your accident, your financial compensation could also be used to make up for the nonmonetary ways you have suffered. For example, you have probably suffered physical pain. Shouldn’t you be compensated for that? You have probably suffered mental trauma. Shouldn’t you be compensated for that?
Your Atlanta accident lawyer believes that you should be compensated for every loss you have suffered. Here is a list of damages you could be awarded in a successful construction accident case in Atlanta:
You’ve been injured and suffered damages because of someone else’s careless or reckless behavior. You should be out to get justice for what happened to you, as that’s the reasonable thing to do. You don’t have to do it alone, though, and a construction accident lawyer in Atlanta can help you build your case.
Reach out to an Atlanta construction accident lawyer at Fischer Redavid PLLC to begin the injury claim process. Tell us about your case in a free case review when you dial 404-287-2856 or when you fill out the form below.