South Carolina Construction Accident Lawyers

Protecting Construction Workers From the Cost of Unnecessary Risk
Negligence should never be a contributing factor to on-site job accidents. We’ll always do Right By You, defending your right to workplace and financial security. Simply call 888-HAWKLAW or talk to us using our live chat and our team will get to work.
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HawkLaw’s team of construction accident attorneys offer experience, consultation, and support in the time of an accident.

Accidents on the job site will occur, but negligence should never be a contributing factor. Your health and well-being is top priority on a job site, and our job is to help you defend your right to workplace and financial security. As a digital-first law firm, your case can be initiated any time. We’ll always be there to do Right By You.

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Why Choose HawkLaw’s Construction Accident Lawyers

Construction sites have strict rules to enforce personal safety and secure work environments. Those rules align with our philosophy at HawkLaw, which follows the golden rule to look out for others as if they were your own.

Our construction accident law firm is built upon passion, experience, and dedication. We provide a shoulder to lean on and a guiding hand as you recover from your accident and seek rightful compensation for your injuries. We’re with you every step of the way in your fight. As a digital-first law firm, you can get your case initiated immediately so we can start fighting for you. Call 888-HAWKLAW today or use our live chat, and we’ll get to work right away!

Construction Injury – Workers Comp

An on-the-job construction injury entitles you to worker’s compensation benefits. Regardless of fault for the accident, workers’ comp benefits are paid if the insurance company approves your claim.

But what do the benefits cover? Generally, workman’s comp benefits should cover:

  • Medical expenses
  • Wage-replacement benefits
  • Death benefits

The amount of compensation you receive depends on how long you’re unable to work, and the type of injury you incur. Unfortunately, many insurers fight to resist paying out rightful compensation.

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Our Construction Accident Legal Process

1.Talk To Us

Call 888-HAWKLAW or talk to us using our live chat and we’ll get to work right away. You take care of you and we’ll take care of the rest.

2. Building Your Case

Following the first meeting, your dedicated personal injury lawyer will launch your case. We have an investigative team with years of experience identifying what happened, recreating the incident, and collecting any evidence that helps with your case. As a digital-first law firm, you’ll be able to check in on our findings and see how your case is progressing. 

3. Initial Negotiations

Once we have what we need to build a case for your claim, we will contact the insurance company or at-fault party and attempt to negotiate a fair and just compensation for your injuries. Our goal is to do Right By You and agree on a fair and just settlement for your damages, pain, and suffering. If an acceptable settlement can’t be reached, a HawkLaw trial lawyer will advise you about the option of going to court.

Common FAQ’s

  • When should you file a claim related to a construction injury?

    South Carolina only affords you a short window of opportunity to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party, so it is important to consult with a lawyer right away. But if some time has passed since your injury, the law does provide some limited exceptions so you might not be out of luck. Contact HawkLaw today to find out if you still have a viable claim.

  • What types of construction accidents are most common?

    The most common and, sometimes, deadly construction accidents are slip-and-falls either from scaffolding, cranes, and other high perched locations. Being struck by a blunt object or electrocuted by a live wire are also common causes of construction accidents that form the basis of construction accident lawsuits.

  • Can I file a construction accident claim even if I receive worker’s compensation benefits?

    If you can prove that a coworker or a subcontractor’s negligence contributed to your injury, in addition to your employer’s negligence, you can contact a construction accident legal firm to press a claim in addition to the worker’s compensation benefits you already receive.

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