Construction sites are obviously dangerous. But the general contractor, the subcontractors and site supervisors are all responsible for minimizing the inherent dangers. If any of these parties fail in their pursuit to make the construction site as safe as possible, or if they have been negligent in the maintenance of any of the machinery on the site, they are responsible for any injuries that occur as a result of that negligence. If you've been injured on a construction site, you may be eligible to be compensated for lost wages, pain and suffering, and the cost of any medical treatment. If the accident you were involved in can be categorized as "catastrophic" (that is, it results in long-term consequences), it's even more important that you hire an attorney today. Please call me so I can start investigating your claim and help you get the compensation you deserve.
Business and property owners are obligated to keep their premises safe or to warn visitors or guests if an unsafe situation exists. If they have failed to do so and that failure results in an injury, they can be held liable for the costs associated with the injury. Not just limited to a slip-and-fall, injuries in this category include swimming pool accidents and dog bites. Other property hazards that can result in personal injury include broken glass, falling objects, lack of security, or even exposure to toxic chemicals. If you suffered an injury while on someone else's property, please call me. I will investigate the circumstances and ensure that your medical expenses and other damages are paid by the party responsible for your injury.