Construction sites are dangerous—especially when general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers fail to follow safety standards or when equipment fails to operate properly. In these situations, contractors, equipment manufacturers, and others may be responsible for construction accident injuries.
It can be extremely complicated to sort through all the evidence at a construction accident site and determine the causes—all the causes—of the accident. Why is that important? When accident injuries are serious or when the accident is fatal, finding all the liable parties can potentially increase the compensation that victims and their families receive.
At Snyder & Wenner, P.C., we thoroughly investigate construction accidents.
We know just how high the stakes are in construction accident cases. To that end, we work with investigators and construction experts to determine what caused the accident. A construction site includes sharp tools and hazardous machinery; dangerous chemicals, fumes, and electrical lines; falling objects; and scaffolding or other temporary structures.
If a defective vehicle was to blame for a catastrophic injury, the manufacturer, distributor, owner, or maintenance company could be at fault. If a material used in the construction process is found to be defective, the supplier or installer could be held accountable for the injuries it caused. If the design of the building is flawed and injuries result, the architect, engineer, or inspector could be held responsible.
If you have been seriously injured in a construction accident, our personal injury attorneys have the experience it takes to fight for the compensation you need. We have more than 25 years of experience preparing and trying complex cases. Contact us online or call 602-224-0006 for a free consultation.