Charleston, WV Construction Accident Lawyer | Tiano O'Dell

Charleston, West Virginia Construction Accident Attorneys

Construction sites are dangerous, and construction workers suffer more injuries and fatalities at work than those who work in other industries. Because of the risks and dangers involved, there is no room for error when it comes to construction site safety. Construction injuries are often severe and catastrophic. Workers’ compensation benefits are usually available to employees who have been injured on the job, but those benefits generally will not cover all of your injuries and damages. However, third parties, such as subcontractors, inspectors, or other site visitors, are often responsible for construction accidents and injuries. 

If a third party is responsible for your accident and injuries, you may be able to recover additional compensation under a personal injury claim. If third-party negligence led to your construction site accident, an attorney with experience in construction site injuries can help you get the compensation that you deserve. The attorneys at Tiano O’Dell, PLLC, represent those who have been injured and lost loved ones in construction site accidents. Contact us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your accident and injuries sustained. 

Our Construction Site Accident Practice

  • Our Charleston personal injury attorneys know construction injury law, and we have been helping clients recover compensation for their construction accident injuries for more than two decades. Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to provide our clients with high-quality legal advocacy.
  • We pursue maximum compensation for all of our clients, and we fight for the justice that they deserve. When someone’s negligent or reckless conduct leads to a construction site accident, they deserve to be held accountable for all resulting injuries and damages.
  • As mentioned above, workers’ compensation benefits may cover some of your injuries and damages, but probably not all of them. Our attorneys have the resources necessary to conduct a thorough investigation to determine the cause of your accident and all parties who bear responsibility for your losses. 

Common Types of Construction Accidents and Injuries

The four most common types of construction accidents include falls, being struck by an object, being caught in between two objects, and electrocution. Other common accidents and factors include exposure to toxins, equipment defects, and failing to follow appropriate safety standards. Unfortunately, construction accidents often result in severe and catastrophic injuries, requiring extensive medical care and expenses. In some cases, these injuries can be permanent or fatal. 

Construction Accident Compensation

To fully recover for the injuries and damages you have suffered, you need to calculate the full value of your past, ongoing, and future accident-related losses. For example, in addition to adding up the medical bills you have received, you also need to determine the cost of your ongoing medical care as well as any medical expenses you expect to incur in the future as a result of your injuries. 

Compensation for other losses frequently includes pain and suffering, lost wages, and loss of earning capacity. When construction accident injuries are fatal, surviving family members might be entitled to a financial recovery for their losses, such as funeral expenses, loss of financial support, and loss of the value of the decedent’s household services. 

Contact Our Construction Site Accident Attorney

At Tiano O’Dell, PLLC, we understand how much a construction accident can disrupt your life and lead to significant losses. We vigorously pursue all responsible parties on behalf of our injured clients and their families because we know that your recovery and well-being are directly impacted by the financial compensation you secure for your losses. Contact our office to speak with an attorney today at (304) 720-6700.  

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