Minnesota Construction Accident Lawyer, Attorney
If you have had an accident while working on a construction site in Minnesota then we’re ready to fight for your rights. Business owners and contractors have an obligation to keep the work site safe.
If you have been injured on a construction site you may be able to bring a claim against the business owner or general contractor in addition to receiving workers’ compensation. At the Gearin Law Office, we have substantial experience handling personal injury and workplace accident claims. Fill out our free case consultation request to tell us about your situation.
Helping Construction Accident Victims in Minnesota
If you have been injured in a construction accident in Minneapolis, St Paul, or anywhere in the Twin Cities and suburbs, contact the Gearin Law Office today at (651) 209-0888 or use our free case evaluation form.
We have the knowledge, experience, leadership and resources to provide a compelling argument to attain the maximum settlement for your injuries. We can help you by recovering past and future medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We will vigorously pursue the maximum compensation for your losses.
Construction site accidents are common. The everyday use of heavy machinery and equipment are routine on construction sites. Strict rules and regulations must be followed by both the construction workers and the general contractor. While working with heavy machinery, there is always high risk of injury especially when construction companies do not properly inspect equipment, hire unqualified operators, and generally do not provide a safe working environment. Defective equipment can have the devastating effect of crushing innocent persons, severing fingers and toes, and causing wrongful death.
Common Types of Construction Accidents
In Minnesota, your employer is responsible to provide a safe working environment. Common negligence from employers at construction sites include scaffolding safety, ladder safety, prevention of falling materials, and protection of workers operating lifts.
We help victims of construction accidents throughout Minnesota. We can help when construction workers in Minnesota fall, break bones, suffer spinal cord or brain injury and even wrongful death claims. We are experienced in determined if your workers’ compensation claim is valid and if you may qualify for social security disability. We can also assist by guiding you on who should be sued for your damages including third parties (other than your employer).
If you have been involved in a construction accident in Minnesota while using defective equipment or due to your employers’ negligence, contact us at (651) 209-0888 to review your claim and the unsafe equipment and machinery involved.