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Construction is a dangerous job, and accidents are common. These accidents can be severe and lead to spinal cord injury, brain injury, or death. These cases may involve multiple parties and OSHA investigations. Walker Texas Lawyer has been handling cases involving construction accidents for years.

If you’re a construction worker who has been injured on the job, call Walker Texas Lawyer as soon as possible. These cases often involve statutes of limitations. If you wait too long, you may not be able to file. The assistance of a construction accident lawyer may be able to get you compensation for your injuries. Walker Texas Lawyer is Houston’s Personal Injury Attorney. Call us at 713-552-1117. All consultations are free and come without obligation.

About Construction Accidents

Many construction accidents could be avoided through better equipment. Another prevention is closer adherence to safety regulations. Defective products and equipment can also cause injury. Equipment such as:

  • Safety harnesses
  • Warning lines
  • Nail guns
  • Ladders
  • Lifts
  • Safety devices
  • Structural support

The sad fact is that some construction accidents could have been prevented by competent training and compliance with OSHA rules and regulations. Some examples include:

  • Trench cave-ins
  • Falls
  • Equipment entrapment
  • Crush injuries
  • High-voltage line injures

Call a Texas Construction Accident Lawyer Today

Walker Texas Lawyer has a reputation for aggressive legal representation in all phases of the legal process. We are not afraid to litigate in the courtroom on behalf of our clients. Our goal is to get you the legal compensation you deserve for your injury. You may be able to get compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other costs associated with your injury. To get started finding justice, call Walker Texas Lawyer at 713-552-1117. All consultations are free.

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