As a construction site worker dedicated to safety on the job, it can be a jarring experience to sustain an injury after an accident. Even when you have taken the appropriate precautions by educating yourself about safety procedures, using the right safety gear, and avoiding unnecessary risks, accidents can and do still happen. When an accident happens even though you did everything properly, suffering catastrophic injury can be frustrating.
Although there’s no way to turn back the clock to your life before accident, you may be eligible to pursue a legal claim to help you piece together your future. Even with the basic premise that construction sites are dangerous, this doesn’t negate a supervisor’s responsibility to maintain a safe work site, especially when you end up paying the price.
Construction site accidents might occur as a result of:
- Crane accidents
- Electric shocks
- Falls or falling materials
- Chemical spills
Construction litigation after one of these accidents is notoriously complicated, as there may be more than one party liable for your injuries. That’s why you need an attorney who is familiar with the landscape of construction site accidents and the link they may share with workers’ compensation. When you have been injured, you need to be informed about all of your options, and it’s our goal to review the facts of your case to provide you with possible next steps.
Bussiere and Bussiere’s solid reputation is built on the ideal that your case is as important to us as it is to you.
We’ve been protecting the interests of our clients for more than 50 years, which has allowed us to develop a deep understanding of how these kinds of accidents alter our client’s lives. We are dedicated to helping you and approach your case with compassion and care. As a construction site worker, your very livelihood could be jeopardy after a serious New Hampshire construction site accident. Make sure you have an advocate who is fighting for you in the aftermath of a critical on-the-job accident.