Minnesota Construction Accident Attorneys (Injured Non-Workers)
Our experienced personal injury attorneys can help after a construction site accident
Construction sites are often very dangerous for construction workers, but they can also be the source of dangerous or fatal accidents for bystanders. A non-worker who is walking or driving in the vicinity of a construction site may be hit by flying debris or equipment. Caution signs should be posted at a construction site and barriers erected in some cases. If the victim followed the cautionary instructions and was still injured in a construction accident, then he or she may have a strong personal injury case.
The Minnesota personal injury attorneys at SiebenCarey provide experienced representation for persons who have suffered personal injuries or wrongful death as a result of a construction site accident. Construction accidents can occur on residential property, commercial property, or at industrial construction sites. When someone is injured or killed on or near a construction site, the owner or general contractor or a subcontractor may be liable for any injuries sustained.
Construction accident cases involve investigators who look at the conditions of the construction site and determine whether safety regulations were followed. They will check to see if safety measures were implemented with the equipment, what kind of condition the equipment was in, and what the chain of command was at the time of the accident.
Contact our attorneys for help
Contact the law offices of SiebenCarey for a free consultation. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a construction accident, you have a right to recover damages. One of our construction accident attorneys will evaluate your case for free and help you receive the justice you deserve.