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Construction Accident Lawyer in St. Louis
St. Louis is a big city with lots of construction going on. You can’t fail to spot a construction site in almost every stretch of the city, from skyscrapers and roads to bridges. But what most people don’t know is that these sites can lead to serious injuries or even death, especially if negligence is involved.
If you or a loved one has been injured at a construction site, please tell us about your case by filling out our free case evaluation form. An experienced St. Louis construction accident attorney from Morgan and Morgan might be able to help you.
Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.
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What Steps Should I Take After a Construction Accident?
First, you should seek immediate medical attention. Then, and as soon as you’re medically able, report the incident to whoever is in charge of the construction site, document the scene with videos and photos, gather the contact information of anyone who might have witnessed the accident, and contact Morgan and Morgan for a free case review. If, for any reason, you’re unable to follow these steps, you should still contact us, and we’ll let you know how we might be able to help.
What Are My Rights if Injured at a Construction Site?
You do have rights that deserve protection. If you’re an employee, for instance, you have the right to workers' compensation benefits, which cover medical expenses and a portion of lost wages. Additionally, if a third party's negligence contributed to the accident, you may have the right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit for additional damages.
Can I File a Claim If I’m Not a Construction Worker?
You don't have to be a construction worker to file a claim if you get injured at a construction site. Bystanders, pedestrians, or visitors injured due to someone else's negligence on a construction site can also file personal injury claims against the responsible parties.
Take, for instance, a situation where you were hit by objects from a construction site while walking on a sidewalk. In that case, negligence on the part of the construction company, such as inadequate safety measures or failure to secure the site properly, may make them liable for your injuries.
What Are Some Common Mistakes to Avoid After the Accident?
Mistakes such as failing to seek medical attention promptly, neglecting to report the incident to the party in charge of the site, giving recorded statements to insurance companies without legal advice, and not consulting with a construction accident lawyer early in the process can jeopardize your case. The best way to avoid these mistakes is by consulting your attorney at all times.
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Don’t let your pain prevent you from taking action and seeking the compensation you deserve. If anything, it should inspire you to fight even harder with the help of a St. Louis construction accident attorney from our team.
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