Important Information About Construction Accidents And Workers' Compensation

Construction sites can be dangerous places to work. When someone is injured on site, workers' compensation laws, which require most employers to offer benefits, are involved. Beyond any medical care costs and disability pay covered by an employer's workers' compensation insurance, there may be additional liability.

An employer could be legally responsible for an employee's injuries as well as third-party contractors, equipment or product manufacturers or property owners. Types of construction accidents include:

  • Falls
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Loading or unloading accidents
  • Explosions
  • Falling objects or debris
  • Heavy equipment
  • Truck accidents
  • Crane accidents

Trusted Legal Guidance For You And Your Family

Many people are unfamiliar with workers' compensation and an employee's rights when injured on the job. Seeking the assistance of the highly experienced lawyers at Puls Haney PLLC provides you and your family with concrete benefits such as:

  • Assistance in finding appropriate medical care
  • Navigating workers' compensation benefits and the claims process
  • Highly experienced guidance and understanding of your legal options

Sometimes Bad Things Happen To Good People

We can help you move forward after a personal injury or wrongful death. Our firm has more than 30 years of experience seeking justice on behalf of the injured. Our attorneys have won millions of dollars in settlements and jury trial verdicts.

For a free consultation, call our firm at 817-338-1717 or send us an email. We do not charge attorney fees until we win for you. Based in Fort Worth, we offer representation throughout Texas and Oklahoma.