Construction Accident Attorney in Bradenton101 Riverfront Blvd, Suite 600
Bradenton, FL 34205
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Construction Accident Attorney in Bradenton
After a construction accident, the first thing you need to do is seek immediate medical attention. This step is critical, even if you believe your injuries are not as serious. Once you’ve sought medical attention and found that you suffered serious injuries or contracted an illness related to your construction job, you should hire a construction accident attorney in Bradenton to help you pursue compensation. Construction companies usually have some form of insurance to protect themselves if they get sued due to an accident at the construction site. Get in touch with us to learn how best we might be able to help you recover the compensation you need and deserve if you or a loved one was injured in a construction accident.
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What Cases Can Construction Accident Attorneys in Bradenton Help With?
Construction accidents come in different forms. Our attorneys are always prepared to handle even the most complex cases, including falls, equipment malfunctions, electrocutions, scaffolding collapses, and other incidents caused by unsafe working conditions. Whether you are a construction worker, a visitor at the construction site, or a passerby, we may be able to assist you in seeking the compensation you deserve for your injuries and losses.
Is Hiring a Construction Accident Attorney Necessary?
No law requires you to hire an attorney, but doing so can significantly benefit your case. That’s because construction accident cases are not the easiest to handle. They often involve multiple parties, complex laws, and challenges in proving liability. It’s even worse when a government agency is involved. An experienced attorney can help handle the complexities of such a case and ensure you receive a favorable outcome.
What Damages Can a Construction Accident Lawyer Help Me Recover?
For starters, each case is different. That said, armed with a skilled attorney on one hand and a solid case on the other, you may be able to recover compensation for:
- past, present, and future medical bills related to your injuries;
- the income you lost while recovering from your injuries;
- the physical and emotional distress caused by the accident;
- and permanent injuries or scarring.
What If a Loved One Died In the Construction Accident?
In that case, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim with the at-fault party. Keep in mind that in Bradenton and throughout Florida, you have two years from the death of your loved one’s death to file a wrongful death claim.
Should I Negotiate With the Insurance Company Without a Lawyer?
Negotiating with insurance companies without legal representation is risky and never advisable. That’s because insurance companies only care about protecting their interests and profits. On the other hand, your attorney is motivated to help you win because that’s the only way they’ll get paid.
Let’s Discuss Your Construction Accident Case
If you’ve been injured in a construction accident, we can help you fight for your right to compensation. However, to do this, we must first establish that you have a valid claim. Contact us today to learn more.