Work-Related & Construction Injuries
Helping Workers In Construction And Other Industries
When workers are injured in construction accidents while on the job, they may believe their only legal recourse is to file workers’ compensation claims against their employers. While this can be true, in certain cases, third-party injury claims can also be brought.
At Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., in Birmingham, Alabama, our experienced trial attorneys represent clients in claims against third parties. Contact our firm to discuss your legal options following a construction accident at work.
Obtaining Full Compensation For Workplace Injuries
A primary benefit of a third-party action is that it can include financial recovery for pain and suffering, unlike a workers’ compensation claim. At Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., we have the background and resources to investigate the work injury and determine who or what was responsible. In the course of our experience, we have represented clients with work injuries:
- Due to unsafe or defective equipment
- Caused by negligent property owners (different from the employer)
- Attributed to the action or lack of action of another company’s employees
In addition to thorough discovery, our firm utilizes technology to enhance arguments on your behalf. To clarify the issues in a construction work safety claim or any on-the-job injury claim, our skilled trial lawyers use visual presentation software such as sanction and case map to clearly explain to juries how complicated equipment works and who was responsible for what on the job site.
Putting Experience And Technology To Work
If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury from an accident at work, trust the work injury attorneys at Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., to fight for you. Even if your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, we may be able to help. Contact our firm to discuss your construction accident or on-the-job injury with our legal team.