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Need a Construction Accident Lawyer in Marietta?

A Marietta construction accident attorney from Morgan and Morgan understands the specific regulations and safety standards required on construction sites in this area. Backed by our powerful legal resources, which include a team of experienced and detail-oriented investigators, state-of-the-art legal technology, and a network of experts, these attorneys may be able to determine liability, handle insurance claims, and pursue compensation for your injuries and losses. To find out if you have a viable claim, contact us today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.

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FAQ

Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.

  • Common Causes of Construction Accidents

    We’ve seen different types of construction accidents, each occurring due to unique reasons. Some of the most common causes include: 

    • falls from heights;
    • machinery accidents;
    • electrical hazards;
    • accidents caused by tools or vehicles;
    • lack of proper safety measures;
    • inadequate training of construction personnel; and
    • poor site management.
  • Common Injuries Caused by Construction Accidents

    Most injuries resulting from construction accidents can be severe and life-altering. Some of the clients who’ve sought out help in the past had suffered broken bones, head and brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, cuts or lacerations, among others. More severe accidents can lead to amputations, burns from fires or electrical contacts, and even deaths.

  • Who Can Be Responsible for the Accident?

    To answer this question, we’ll need to first take a look at various potential parties that may have been involved in one way or another. This could be the property owner, general contractors, subcontractors, equipment manufacturers, government agencies, or even third-party vendors. The bottom line is that no construction accident is the same as another. Since each case is unique, we recommend reaching out to our team of construction accident experts. It’s only after reviewing the unique details of your case that they’ll be able to tell whether you have a valid case against the other party.

  • Recoverable Damages After a Construction Accident

    The types of recoverable damages you or a loved one might be entitled to after such an accident include:

    • Medical expenses   
    • Lost wages
    • Lost earning potential
    • Pain and suffering
    • Death and burial costs
    • Punitive damages 

    Note that the damages outlined above are not written in stone. The specific damages you may be entitled to will depend on the unique circumstances of your case, which is why you should have one of our experts review your case for free.

  • You Have Rights Worth Protecting

    The other party may not have been concerned about your safety, but we are. You don’t deserve to suffer because of someone else’s negligence. Even if you are at fault, you may still be entitled to compensation via your workers’ compensation insurance. So, contact us today for a free case evaluation and let’s figure out how best we might be able to help you get the compensation you need and deserve.

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