Florida Construction Accident Attorney

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A construction accident can refer to an on-the-job injury or a construction zone accident involving a pedestrian. Construction zones can be unsafe places for both parties. If you or a loved one recently suffered a serious personal injury as a worker or bystander, contact Kelley | Uustal. Our Florida construction accident attorneys can review your case and give you advice for free during an initial consultation.

Why Choose Kelley | Uustal?

  • We have achieved outstanding results for past clients. The settlements and jury verdicts we have won on behalf of our clients speak for themselves.
  • We are true trial lawyers. Our history of taking claims to court and winning is often enough to inspire a defendant to offer a better settlement amount.
  • We believe in making legal representation available to all. Our law firm will only charge clients attorney’s fees if we win the case.

Why You Need an Attorney

A construction site accident attorney understands this field and practice area much better than the average victim. A lawyer will have the resources and experience to go up against a construction corporation or product manufacturer without backing down. An attorney can fight for fair, full compensation while a victim focuses on healing. By hiring a lawyer, you can enjoy peace of mind during the stages of your claim, rather than worrying about your financial recovery.

Common Types of Construction Accidents and Injuries

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports construction as the deadliest industry in the U.S. Construction accounts for an average of one in five worker deaths each year. Dangerous power tools, working from heights, and unsafe premises make construction accidents unreasonably dangerous for many workers and pedestrians. Construction site accidents typically happen in one of several common ways due to the nature of the industry.

  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Scaffold accidents
  • Struck-by objects
  • Caught-in/between objects or equipment
  • Transportation accidents
  • Exposure to hazardous substances
  • Electrocutions

Common construction site accident injuries include broken bones, head and brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, neck and back injuries, overexertion injuries, burns, electrical shocks, soft tissue injuries, organ damage, and serious illnesses such as mesothelioma. Speak to an attorney about your situation no matter what type of injuries you suffered while at a construction site in Florida.

Recovering Compensation                

At Kelley | Uustal, we believe you should not have to pay for damages someone else caused. If a negligent construction company, site manager, product manufacturer, property owner, coworker, or other party caused your construction site accident, the law could entitle you to compensation. You could recover the costs of your related medical expenses, lost income, mental anguish, pain and suffering, lost quality of life, and property damages in a successful civil claim. An attorney can help you fight for the compensation you require to move forward.

Contact a Construction Accident Attorney

Kelley | Uustal has years of experience handling simple to complex construction site accident claims in South Florida. We understand that human error and negligence causes most of these accidents. It is our mission to hold at-fault construction companies liable for their actions. Let us help you prove your injury claim in front of a judge or jury. Start with a free, no-obligation consultation at our Florida office with an experienced Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorney.