Construction Accidents

Construction Injury Law Firm Advocating For Workers Throughout Charlotte, NC

Construction Accidents Working at a construction site can be incredibly dangerous and when accidents happen, the injuries can be severe, even fatal. At Maurer Law, our Charlotte construction accident lawyers are here to help you recover the compensation you are owed for your work injuries or your loved one’s death. We also represent those who are not construction workers but were injured at a construction site.

North Carolina Construction Accident Victims May Have Multiple Avenues For Compensation

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), one out of every five worker deaths in the US is in the construction industry. One in every ten construction workers is injured each year. Common kinds of construction site accidents include:

  • Fall accidents
  • Getting hit by a falling or moving object
  • Electrocution accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Chemical burns
  • Exposure to hazardous or toxic substances
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Trench collapses
  • Machinery and equipment malfunctions or defects
  • Accidents involving improperly trained operators
  • Accidents caused by unsafe working conditions
  • Repetitive motion injuries

Many North Carolina construction accidents, even when not deadly, can prove life-altering for the worker and their family. A spinal cord injury (SCI) that causes paralysis, a traumatic brain injury (TBI), severe burns, permanent disability or disfigurement, or other serious injuries can prevent a worker from ever returning to the job. Led by Charlotte construction injury lawyer Mike Maurer, we at Maurer Law are committed to pursuing all avenues of financial recovery for the victim and their family.

Third Party Injury Claims For Charlotte Construction Workers

While North Carolina’s workers’ compensation laws require employers to provide injury and death benefits to employees and their families following a construction accident, which Maurer Law can also help you with, there may be other parties that can and should be held liable under the state’s personal injury and wrongful death laws. This may include the property owner of the construction site where the work accident happened, another company also involved with the project, a general contractor, the manufacturer or distributor of faulty equipment, and others.

Former Insurance Defense Lawyer Now Representing The Injured And Their Families

North Carolina construction accident cases can be complex. You may even find yourself dealing with multiple liable parties and their insurance companies. This can be daunting and is just one of the reasons why you need someone like Charlotte construction accident lawyer Mike Maurer taking on your claim.

Before he represented injured workers, Attorney Maurer was an insurance defense lawyer. He is familiar with the different tactics insurers will use to try to minimize or reject a legitimate claim, and he is not afraid to go up against them and the large companies that they work for so that you and your family can get the compensation you are owed for your pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages, wrongful death, and other losses and damages.

Construction Site injuries Involving Non-Workers

Maurer Law also represents those who are not construction workers but were injured on construction sites throughout Charlotte, NC. Whether you are a pedestrian who was struck by a falling object while walking by a building site or an architect or the engineer who was there when the construction accident happened, we can help you explore your legal options.

Personalized Attention, Zealous and Diligent Legal Representation

Over the years, Maurer Law has developed the reputation as a Charlotte construction accident law firm that knows how to obtain successful outcomes even in many “hard to win” cases. We know that your life and that of your loved ones will never be the same after your serious work injury accident. Should we agree to work together, we will dedicate our full team and resources to your case and be there with you every step of the way.

Contact Maurer Law online or call 844-817-8058. We work with the people who need our help the most.