Texas Construction Site Accident Lawyers
Construction sites are among the most dangerous places to work. Accidents happen every day because of carelessness and negligence by workers, subcontractors, and suppliers. Oil platforms, gas pipelines, and building sites are often in the news because of catastrophic accidents. Even if you have been seriously injured and cannot work, help is available. The law allows people injured through the negligence of another to sue for compensation.
At the Texas law firm of Loncar & Associates our lawyers have been helping the injured receive the payment they need to recover since 1988. Since then, we have helped many people injured on contraction sites, obtaining compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We are vigorous advocates for the rights of people injured on construction sites. To learn if you have a case, contact us at one of our six offices.
Many construction site accidents are the result of failures to comply with OSHA regulations about workplace safety. Others stem from failures and defects in the equipment used on-site. Still others are the result of poor training of laborers by subcontractors. Whatever the cause, our attorneys use their knowledge and extensive resources of the firm to determine responsibility for the accident. We have a vast network of investigators and experts who help us build strong cases on behalf of our clients. Whether a ladder fall or an explosion caused your injury, we can help.
If you have been injured or a loved one killed in a construction site accident, you need somewhere to turn. Our attorneys at Loncar & Associates are your strong arm during difficult times. Whether you have suffered amputation, multiple fractures, or closed head injury, you need help and the means to move forward with your life. Our attorneys work hard to obtain what you need.
To learn how our law firm can help after a construction site accident, contact us at Loncar & Associates. For your convenience, we have offices in Dallas, Tyler, McAllen, El Paso, Wichita Falls, and Beaumont. Don’t delay—evidence that might help can be lost.