Are you a construction worker in Flint? If so then you count yourself among those who work in one of the toughest industries there is. Construction work is often long and hard and very demanding. Construction companies and their employees are generally under tight deadlines to finish projects and get things done. Add that to the fact that construction sites are already one of the most dangerous places to work, and construction workers face a lot of job hazards every day. Unfortunately, with so many possible ways to get hurt and with so many types of serious injuries that can occur, construction accidents are a common part of the construction industry.
That’s what we do at the Nickola law firm.
According to numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in the year 2011 there were nearly 800 deadly construction injuries in the United States. While those numbers do represent a steady decline since the year 2007, nearly 800 deaths is still obviously too many. More still needs to be done to ensure that construction workers don’t have to fear for their lives while working at these job sites. Meanwhile, when someone is hurt on the job, more probably needs to be done to ensure those injured workers receive a fair amount of compensation.
Not all construction accidents are due to negligence or careless behavior, but many times these accidents do occur because someone makes a poor decision. When a construction worker is hurt on the job he or she is often hurt very badly, due to the nature of the environment that is inherent with construction sites. Sometimes those injuries can be long-term or even last for a lifetime. In some cases, construction accidents even end up deadly. Construction workers suffer falls, crushes and many other types of accidents every day. At the Law Office of Nickola, we also handle these kinds of injuries on a regular basis. We now that when someone is hurt on the job, employers and their insurance companies don’t always want to cooperate to make sure that an employee is taken care of.
Even when an injured employee receives workers’ compensation it is almost never enough to meet the injured person’s needs sufficiently, especially when the injuries are serious, as construction accidents injuries often are. That’s why anyone who has been hurt in an construction accident in Flint needs to contact an attorney as soon as they can. Don’t settle for any amount offered by an employer or insurance company until you’ve spoken with us. We will fight for you to see that you recover fair compensation for your injuries, loss of income and continuing recovery process.
If you have suffered any kind of serious injury due to a construction accident in the Flint area then don’t wait to contact an experienced construction accident lawyer. At the Nickola law firm we have been fighting for the rights of accident victims for years and we don’t back down to insurance companies. We will see that your case is heard and that you have a voice throughout the entire process. No one ever wants to have to contact a construction accident lawyer, but if you have been hurt then you need to call us as soon as you can in order to ensure that you receive fair compensation. So call us today at 810-767-5420, or click here to connect with us online.
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