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Florida Construction Accident Lawyers



We have been helping people injured in construction accidents for more than 30 years. Construction accidents usually result in very serious injuries due to the heavy equipment in use on job sites and the numerous people working at the same time. In most states, including Florida, workers compensation laws can make it difficult for a person to obtain
pain and suffering compensation if injured while working. Our construction accident lawyers deal with these complex construction laws on a daily basis and fight to obtain every dollar we can for our clients.

In most construction site accidents there are multiple different companies working on a job site at the same time. As a result, there can be multiple companies responsible for the injuries caused by a worker on a job site. In addition, we have handled numerous construction accident cases that were the result of defective construction equipment such as defective cranes, fork lifts, elevators, ladders, tools and roof collapse.

The most common type of injuries are caused by a person on the job site striking another worker with a piece of machinery or building material. Construction sites are dangerous and it is well know that injuries can take place. The project manager of a construction site must make sure that safety procedures are followed at all times. Unfortunately many construction sites do not implement safety procedures and this is when people get injured.

If you have been injured on a construction or job site by no fault of you own, then we would like to speak with you about your potential claim. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. We will let you know immediately if we can help you and we will come to your home or the hospital the same day to take immediate action.


Our Florida Construction Accident Cases



Click here or call us at (800) 383-7853 to schedule an appointment at one of our office locations.

We are available to meet with you at your home, business, or the hospital.

Free telephone consultations are always available.