Across the nation, there are plenty of jobs and positions that may be considered extremely dangerous. Among them would be the construction industry. With so many moving parts, busy co-workers, and heavy machinery all over, it is easy to see why construction sites can lead to serious injuries for those on site.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a construction site accident, you may have certain options available for pursuing financial compensation for your losses. The first question to ask is whether the employer maintains a workers' compensation insurance policy.
Texas state law, unlike the laws of many states throughout the country, does not require all employers to carry workers' compensation coverage, but there is still a good chance that your employer does. If this is the case, you should be entitled to file a claim for compensation for your work injuries. Workers' compensation provides payment for medical treatment and partial replacement of lost wages.
In the event that your employer is a nonsubscriber, the term for an employer that does not carry workers' compensation insurance, it is necessary to determine whether the accident was caused by some type of negligence.
At The Daspit Law Firm, our Houston injury attorneys are passionate about protecting the rights of injured victims, including those who suffered harm in the course of performing their jobs. Because the process for seeking compensation after a work injury can be confusing for many, and because there may be unique legal issues involved that impact which options you may be able to pursue, our firm wants to provide important information about work injuries and what options you may have available when it comes to a financial recovery.
While every work injury case is different, there are a few general options workers can explore after being hurt on the job. These include:
If you or someone you love has suffered harm on the job – whether it be a work-related injury or an occupational illness – you can find the support and representation you need with The Daspit Law Firm. Our attorneys are readily available to help residents across Houston and the state of Texas explore their rights and options when it comes to seeking compensation after a work injury, and offer free case evaluations during which we can explain how we may be able to guide you through the process.
Texas is home to hard-working men and women who play vital roles in the fabric of our society. While some jobs may be more dangerous than others – especially those in construction, manufacturing, and industrial settings – any worker can face risks of suffering injury or illness as a result of performing job-related duties. When they do, securing needed benefits and compensation becomes critical to obtaining medical care and making ends meet.
Certain types of accidents are more common than others in the construction field. Daspit Law Firm is prepared to handle cases such as:
Whether you need to file a workers' compensation claim or want to learn about your options for suing, contact us at the Daspit Law Firm for help. Our Houston construction accident attorney provides compassionate service and aggressive representation to every one of our clients, and we are ready to take immediate action on your case.
We handle injury claims involving chemical burns, spinal cord injuries, electrical injuries, traumatic brain injuries and other types of catastrophic injuries, and we take on cases were our client has been hurt in accidents ranging from slip and fall to forklift accidents and crane accidents.
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