Common Little Rock Construction Accident Injuries
Certain areas of the body are highly subject to common construction accident injuries. Head, back, arms, legs and hands are easy targets of falling objects, gashes, burns and cuts. Soft tissue is no match for solid chunks of concrete, jagged metal or heavy objects. Defective equipment can cause burns, cuts, broken or fractured bones and severed nerves. Explosions result in burns, hearing loss, blinding and other traumatic injury to the body. The law firm of Thomas G. Buchanan has represented many persons that have been injured in construction accidents. Tom and Beth are experienced personal injury accident lawyers with big-firm sophistication in a small-firm Little Rock, AR, environment.
If you have been injured on a construction job or at other dangerous employment, there may be several courses of action you can take to recover monetary compensation for your injuries and losses. Common construction accident injuries can require a long and costly recovery process, medical expenses and lost wages or even a change of employment. At the law firm of Thomas G. Buchanan, our focus is upon the client and their needs. We combine tenacity with integrity to resolve injury issues with the best possible outcome for each and every client. Our clients enjoy personal attention and total commitment, caring and a courageous approach to recovery. Our average resolution on injury cases approaches $500,000.
Common construction accident injuries can cause serious and possibly permanent physical damage. If safety regulations set by OSHA and the employer are not followed by contractors, negligent liability may exist and should be examined thoroughly. Establishing liability is not simple; it could fall upon the land owner, the general contractor, equipment manufacturers, managers or a number of other responsible parties. The law firm of Thomas G. Buchanan is experienced and knowledgeable with these types of cases and knows how to track down and determine liability for a client’s injuries.
Typical damage claims for construction accidents include lost wages, loss of limb, loss of life, medical expenses, hospital costs, funeral and burial costs, loss of companionship, loss of guardian, loss of future inheritance, long-term care, rehabilitation therapy, psychological treatment and many other costs. Some workers lose fingers, hands, arms or legs in devastating construction accidents. What price does a person place upon their body parts?
To receive the best care, commitment and attention for your claims, call upon Little Rock, AR, attorney Thomas Buchanan. Put your trust in the law firm that cares about your employment rights.