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Falling Object Injuries: Let Our Austin Construction Accident Lawyer Protect Your Rights

Construction workers spend most of their days being surrounding by equipment and machinery, especially right under them. Falling objects, such as tools, bolts, steel, lumber, buckets and other debris can cause serious head, neck and back injuries. In many cases, these injuries require surgery and months of painful rehabilitation and missed work, as well as permanent disability.

David Komie Law, is ready to help you recover the financial compensation you deserve in the event of a construction accident. Our skilled attorneys at our Austin firm have been members of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers two years in a row and members of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. We possess the comprehensive knowledge of Texas law to help you navigate through the complexities of the legal system.

How Falling Object Accidents Occur

Falling objects on construction sites are not always the fault of employee carelessness. In many cases, it is the direct or indirect result of a failure by an employer, contractor or another party. In addition, an employee may have also been working with equipment or objects that do not meet federal safety standards.

Common causes of falling objects on a construction site include:

  • Construction hazards
  • General contractor errors
  • Subcontractor mistakes
  • Property owner negligence
  • Employee carelessness
  • OSHA standard violations
  • Distractions
  • Inclement weather
  • Poor lighting
  • Inadequate safety training or no safety training

Call 512-338-0900 To Get Started On Your Case Today

Our construction accident lawyers have over 60 years of collective experience and can fight aggressively to maximize the benefits you receive from your claim. We can investigate your accident, collect evidence, negotiate with insurance adjusters, and protect your rights and best interests. Do not risk seeking compensation without our legal assistance.

Contact us and request a free case evaluation. Call 512-338-0900.
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