A construction site can be a very dangerous place to work, which is why California has so many rules and regulations that govern construction sites and their employees. But even with all of these regulations in place, negligence still occurs, and the injuries accident victims sustain can range from minor to devastating. They might even prove fatal.
When you or your loved one has been seriously injured as an employee on a construction site, it can be a scary and confusing situation. On top of trying to heal quickly and pay off your medical bills, losing income from not being able to work can bring on extra stress for you and your family.
Following a serious construction injury, the lives of you and your loved ones can be changed forever. That’s why, if you are seriously injured at work because of the negligence of another person or party, it’s important to seek the legal counsel of an experienced personal injury lawyer right away.
Some people may have qualms with hiring an attorney to go against their own employers. You must remember, though, that the insurance companies will do anything in their power to pay out the lowest possible amount if you’ve been seriously injured. It’s in their best interest, but it’s not in yours. This simply isn’t fair. You and your family deserve justice.
Why Hire The Nagelberg Bernard Law Group?
Our law firm has been helping injury victims like you for over 30 years. Along the way, we’ve put together a successful track record that includes over $450 million recovered for our clients. We can help you get the medical attention you deserve and get your medical bills paid. Our law firm takes the stress of dealing with insurance companies out of your hands, letting you focus on healing.
The Law Limits the Amount of Time You Have to File a Personal Injury Claim
We understand that, in these troubled times, it may be difficult to think about hiring a personal injury lawyer. But it’s important to do so before it’s too late. Call us today for your no obligation construction accident injury consultation. The call is free. Plus, we work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don’t pay for our legal fees until we win or settle your case.