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If you’ve been injured in a construction accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Talk to your Columbia construction accident attorney to seek the compensation you deserve when someone else was negligent. 

Construction sites can be dangerous places, whether you’re working on the site, driving near one, or just walking past. Falling objects and heavy machinery can do a lot of damage, causing severe or even fatal injuries

If you’ve been hurt near a construction area, you may be eligible for compensation that covers the losses you’ve suffered. The lawyers at HawkLaw, PA can help you get that compensation when it’s owed to you, so reach out to a Columbia construction accident lawyer about your personal injury claim

Responsibility for Construction Accidents in Columbia 

First, who’s responsible for your injuries? You might know that it was a worker who was being careless with your safety. You might have been hit by falling tools, for example, causing a head injury, or you may have been injured by a vehicle or machine. In these cases, you might think the careless worker is the one who pays for your injuries. 

However, accidents that happen on the job are typically the responsibility of the employer. They’re liable for the actions of their workers, which means they should be financially responsible for your accident. If you were a worker injured on site, your employer could be held responsible through a workers comp claim

That doesn’t mean the construction company is always the responsible party, though. You might instead need to seek out the manufacturer of their machinery, which may have malfunctioned due to a defect, as one example. Talk to your lawyer about the specifics of your case to get answers about your Columbia claim. 

How a Construction Accident Lawyer Can Help You

When you’re injured in a construction accident in Columbia, you might be concerned about your the costs of your recovery and what you can do about your injuries. Both injured workers and injured passersby should be eligible for compensation, but it can be tough to seek compensation in court or in front of a workers comp board, which is where a lawyer can step in. 

If you’re hurt in a construction accident, you and your attorney can start by seeking evidence for your claim and finding the worth of your losses. From there, you might get help from your attorney finding the worth of your compensation. 

Your lawyer will also represent you in the Columbia courtroom. They have the legal experience you need on your side for the maximum compensation you should receive. They can help you fight back for that compensation when you’re struggling with your injury. 

Contact a Columbia Construction Injury Attorney

Construction sites can turn dangerous quickly, which you might already know firsthand. Unfortunately, that means you might have already suffered for someone else’s carelessness. Even a minor accident can have big effects on your future. 

That’s why we suggest talking to a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA as soon as possible. Your attorney can help you choose the best option for you, whether that’s a lawsuit or a workers comp claim, and they can fight for you when you’re struggling to recover. 

To get started, take advantage of our free consultations* with a Columbia construction accident lawyer. Give us a call at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529), or fill out the following online contact form

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