Construction Accidents

When Work Injuries Happen

Cases involving accidents at construction sites come with a variety of unique challenges. One of them is identifying who is at fault. Frequently, it is not the employer, but rather another contractor or the manufacturer of a defective piece of equipment. While we do not handle workers’ compensation claims, we do handle cases involving negligence of a non-employer when an employee is seriously injured.

At the Arizona law firm of Beale, Micheaels, Slack & Shughart, we bring decades of experience to every construction accident case we handle. That experience means we are able to quickly identify who is responsible and hold them accountable. It means we can help you get compensation.

Over $140 Million Recovered in the Last Decade Alone: This total includes $5.25 million we recovered for the family of a man who lost his life in a construction accident. Our results speak for themselves.

What Type of Construction Accident Does Your Case Involve?

Construction sites are filled with dangers. For the most part, proper safety procedures protect workers from harm. Sometimes, however, accidents happen. Our lawyers can handle construction accident claims involving:

  • Falling Injuries
  • Trench Collapses
  • Forklift Accidents
  • Crane Accidents

Regardless of the type of accident, you will get the representation you deserve from a first class team of attorneys.

Falls at Construction Sites

The most common types of accidents on construction sites are falling accidents. These include falls due to inadequate fall protection, falls caused by the collapse of defective scaffolding and falls from roofs.

We have handled all types of cases involving falls. You can be certain that we can handle yours.

Our First Class Construction Accident Team Can Help You

Attorneys at our law firm are certified specialists in personal injury and wrongful death litigation. This certification is only issued to attorneys who demonstrate a high level of experience, knowledge and skill in this area of practice.

Discuss Your Case With Us for FreeContact us to find out more about how we can help. We handle all construction accident cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get results.