Injured at a construction site? Take action against the negligent party.
If you work on a construction site, you are surrounded by hazards and dangers every day. Heavy machinery, power tools, and beams are all moving parts in an extremely busy and crowded environment. Construction workers must take extra precaution to protect themselves and those around them; the smallest mistake can be disastrous. If another individual’s negligence at a construction site resulted in your injury, we at Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, want to help you seek the compensation you deserve.
With more than 22 years of combined experience, our Beaumont personal injury lawyers have attained numerous reputable accolades and credentials. Clint Brasher is board certified in personal injury law and has been named to the National Trial Lawyers list of “Top 100 Trial Lawyers.” Additionally, his dedication to winning the maximum recovery for his clients has earned him a membership with the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Thus, you can trust that when you work with our firm, your construction site injury case is in competent, effective hands.
Your Rights Under OSHA
When it comes to the risk of injury at construction sites, the possibilities are endless. It is crucial that every individual working on a construction site acts with attentive, careful caution. Additionally, construction companies are responsible for doing all they can to maintain a safe work environment. In an effort to enforce this responsibility, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has implemented standards of safety for construction sites.
Your rights under OSHA include:
- Safe working conditions
- Safe equipment and tools
- Safety training, education, and communication
- Ability to request inspections for unsafe conditions or violations of regulations at workplace conducted by an OSHA officer
- Access to a copy of inspection results
- Access to a safety handbook provided by employer
- Access to records of work-related injuries and illnesses
If you are injured while working at a construction site, our attorneys will conduct a thorough investigation to ensure that OSHA regulations were being met by your employer. If your rights as an employee were violated, and your safety was compromised, you have the right to hold your employer accountable.
Seek Full Compensation for Your Injury
Whatever the accident, a workplace injury can be debilitating and costly. In addition to hefty medical bills, you may also be faced with an inability to work paired with emotional pain and suffering. At Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, we have made it our mission to aggressively fight for the maximum compensation for our clients, as we believe that you shouldn’t have to suffer any more than you already have. Whether your accident was a result of a coworker’s negligence or an employer’s failure to comply with industry safety standards, we are ready to help you hold liable parties accountable for their mistakes.
Our Beaumont injury attorneys’ commitment to success means that we will work with you directly to build a case in which you can feel confident. In fact, we work on contingency fees, meaning that our clients only pay us if we win a recovery in their case. This means that you can have the quality representation of a board certified attorney free of any out-of-pocket costs. You have nothing to lose by taking the first step in your pursuit of justice; schedule your free consultation today!
We serve residents living all throughout Texas; call our office today at (888) 989-2889
After I was hurt on the job, my company tried to keep me from filing worker’s compensation. Instead, they offered to pay me cash. They told me not to file a worker’s compensation claim – that they would take care of me. When I went a got an MRI on my own, they fired me. Clint Brasher took my case all the way to trial. My employer offered a $25,000.00 right before trial to settle the case. Clint said no and convinced a jury to award me $852,000.00 plus interest. I recommend anyone with a legal problem to call The Brasher Law Firm.Jimmy Couch Jr.Beaumont, Texas
The DPS officer told us it was our daughter’s friend, not the driver of an 18-wheeler, that was the cause of our daughter’s death. We didn’t know where to turn. Clint Brasher helped us through a difficult time. And, when the truck company offered us a decent settlement, it was Clint who told us to wait because he didn’t feel something was right. We trusted him. We found out later that the driver was using illicit drugs and exceeding the speed limit. Once Clint got all of the information, we were able to resolve the case on our terms.Lisa TrentWinnie, Texas