We will discuss the name of your employer, and also talk about every sub contractor who was working at the construction site with you.
Nearly 150,000 U.S. construction site accidents occur each year – Indiana is in the Top 5 of construction employer States.
With one in ten workers injured every year, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, construction is the single most dangerous industry in our country. The chief causes of injury include defective equipment, negligent use of machinery, falling debris, slip and falls, and unsafe working conditions.
If you have suffered injury working on a construction site and you think you have a case for compensation, you need to talk with a lawyer as soon as possible. Speed is important to protect physical evidence and give the best chance to assess the facts of the situation. At Tabor Law, we have detailed familiarity with construction sites. We’ll advise whether we believe we can build a case.
Common Questions That
We Can Help You Answer:
I worked as a sub contractor on a construction site and was injured by someone who worked for a different sub company. Can I make a claim?
Yes. Each case is unique, but depending on the facts, you may have a claim against the other sub contracting company, the manufacturers of their equipment.
What if I am injured by a co-employee... Can I still make a claim?
Maybe. It depends on the specific facts surrounding your case.