Construction Accident Attorney in Toledo
Thousands of Claims Handled
If you are a construction worker who has recently been injured on the job,
learn more about filing a claim. Whether your injuries were the result
of a negligent business owner, project manager, or faulty equipment, you
need strong legal representation to help you recover the compensation you need.
Construction site accidents can be caused by:
- Malfunctioning machinery
- Slip and fall accidents
- Forklift and crane accidents
- Electrocution and burns
- Construction vehicle crashes
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Our experienced Toledo construction accident lawyers at Williams DeClark
Tuschman are highly knowledgeable and well-versed in construction accident
claims. It can be difficult to prove who was at fault, but our skilled
lawyers know how to investigate matters thoroughly and ask the right questions
when determining liability. We have handled thousands of personal injury
claims over the decades, and we have developed a unique insight into how
to file an effective claim.
The Difference between Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury
If you suffered an injury while working in construction, you may be entitled
to workers’ compensation benefits, which are only limited to medical
expenses and lost wages. You cannot obtain damages for your pain and suffering
from workers’ compensation, and you cannot sue your employer to
recover those damages. However, if a third party who is partially responsible
for the construction accident and therefore liable for the injuries that
the worker suffered as a result, you may seek additional damages such
as pain and suffering.
Other parties which may be liable for a construction workers’ injuries
or death include, but not limited to, the following:
- Construction site managers or foremen
- General contractors
- Property owners
- Maintenance companies
- Drivers of other vehicles
- Manufacturers of defective tools, machinery, or equipment
If you receive compensation for your injuries through a third-party personal
injury settlement or verdict, it could affect your workers’ compensation
benefits. Our Toledo personal injury lawyers are experienced at handling
both types of cases and can work to minimize the impact of your benefits.
Construction Accident Injuries
Working with large and heavy machinery and equipment means that accidents
always have a potential to cause substantial, debilitating injuries. In
many cases, these accidents can be fatal.
The following are some of the common injuries as a result of a construction accident:
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord injuries, such as paralysis
- Burn injuries
- Internal organ injuries
- Complex fractures
- Herniated discs
- Neck injuries
Helping Injured Ohio Construction Workers
When you need a team of experienced and proven advocates to help you maximize
your compensation, turn to us at Williams DeClark Tuschman. We work hard
to bring justice to injured victims because we know just how important
this claim is to their family and to their future.
See what our deep knowledge of personal injury law can do to help you.
From negotiating with insurance adjusters to filing all the paperwork,
our team can do all the work for you while you focus on recovering. If
your case requires litigation, our accomplished trial lawyers are ready
to fight for you. No matter what it takes, we are ready to put in the
hard work to get you the compensation you need.
If you have been injured,
give us a call
at (419) 318-0772 to schedule a
free case consultation!