Construction Accident Attorney Maryland
If you were injured at a construction site and are unsure of what your next steps are regarding making a claim, reach out to the trusted construction accident attorney Maryland relies on from Azari Law, LLC. We understand the devastation you may be going through as you recover from your injuries and try to determine whether you will be able to return to work. If you are interested in learning more about filing a claim after you were injured at a construction site, do not hesitate to call our attorneys. We are here when you need us most.
I don’t think I’ll be able to file workers’ compensation for my claim. Do I have any other options?
You do have other options and this may actually be better for you. If you were to file for workers’ compensation benefits, you would likely not get a huge payout. Instead, you would get paid for medical bills related to the accident. On the other hand, if you file a personal injury claim because of a construction accident, your Maryland construction accident attorney is in a much better position to argue for additional compensation related to lost wages and pain and suffering.
I don’t work at a construction site but I was injured when I walked by one. What can I do?
You can speak with our team about filing a claim against the party who was responsible for your injuries, whether it was the building manager, a contractor, a subcontractor, or another party responsible for your injuries.
What kinds of damages are available to me if I was injured at a construction site?
There are several types of damages that could be available to you. Things like medical expenses, past and future lost wages, and pain and suffering. In rarer cases, if someone intentionally hurt you at a construction site or committed an act against you at a construction site that was particularly egregious, you could file for punitive damages.
Why is it best to have an attorney?
Because of the nature of construction sites, the injuries you may have received could be particularly bad. You may have experienced electrocution, burns, or amputations. Working with an attorney will give you a better opportunity to get the compensation you deserve for the injuries you sustained. They will know the complex details regarding construction accident personal injury law.