The South Tucson, Arizona area is constantly growing with many new residential and commercial buildings popping up all over the city. While this offers local construction workers consistent work, it also increases the chances of a construction accident.
Dealing with a construction accident can be confusing. You might wonder who is responsible for the medical costs. You might worry about retribution from your employer for the accident. A South Tucson construction accident lawyer at Zanes Law is here to help you navigate your construction accident case.
Call us today for a free consultation at866-499-8989.
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Construction Accidents We Handle
A construction job site can be dangerous. Even with advanced training and experience, accidents can, and still do, happen.
These are a few common construction site accidents we handle:
- Electrocution/electric shock
- Severe burns
- Heavy machinery accidents
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Overheating and overexertion
The injuries from a construction accident are often severe. You may be left with broken bones, head or neck injuries, a traumatic brain injury, paralysis, and even death.
Wrongful Death Claim
Zanes Law may be able to help you collect the compensation you need to move on after the loss of a loved one. If your loved one was killed in a construction accident, you may be eligible for compensation to cover their funeral expenses and lost wages.
Call us today to learn more during a free consultation: 866-499-8989.
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Establishing Liability In A Construction Accident Case
It is important that we determine who is liable for a construction accident:
- Individual contractors and subcontractors
- Product manufacturers
- Training professionals
- Property owners
It is not always easy to determine who is liable when a construction accident happens. Our team will immediately begin collecting the necessary evidence to establish liability.
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