Construction Site Injuries

Construction accidents injure and kill thousands of workers each year. In some cases the claimant must file under the Texas Workers' Compensation Act. However in some cases it can be shown that a third party was at fault. Property owners, architects, contractors, and equipment manufacturers can all be liable for insufficient safety measures when an accident occurs. The general contractor and all subcontractors are responsible for providing the appropriate safety provisions to ensure that the construction site is reasonably safe. It is their obligation to warn of possible hazards on the site, to hire employees who will use caution while working, to coordinate job safety, and to check that appropriate safety specifications are being followed. Manufacturers of construction equipment may also be responsible for designing and maintaining safe products. Dangerous or defective equipment may be at fault in a construction accident, including:

  • Scaffolding
  • Cranes
  • Power tools
  • Ladders
  • Heavy equipment
If you have questions or concerns about injuries suffered on the job or at a construction site, please contact Carabin & Shaw. We offer free initial consultations and work on a contingent fee basis, which means that there is never a fee unless we successfully resolve your case.

For immediate assistance, call us toll-free at 1-800-862-1260.

Due to the inherent dangers of construction many employed in the construction and building industry find themselves confronted with deadly work sites on a daily basis. Serious building and construction site accidents result in serious personal injuries and wrongful death.  Construction site accidents are occurring across Texas with an alarming frequency. With thousands of projects underway across Texas the frequency and severity of construction site accidents will surely increase as this year passes.  If you or a loved one is injured while one the job you need a team of experienced lawyers on your side. It is important that your lawyers have a through knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations that govern construction sites and accidents. It is important to understand that when developing theories of liability against a general contractor and/or subcontractors, you have a complete understanding of the facts and the evidence obtained and preserve and the law. While each case is different your ability to recover for all of your injuries and damages, you need our Law Firm on your side. Call us toll free day or night at 1-800-862-1260.

Texas Injury Lawyers Blog - Construction Site Accidents