Michigan Construction Negligence Attorneys
Not every accident on a construction site is a direct result of any negligence or wrongdoing by a co-worker or your employer. Construction sites can be crowded, with numerous workers handling different tasks in close quarters. Distraction, confusion and inattention can lead to serious injury, and anyone’s error can have devastating consequences.
At the Michigan law office of Bredell & Bredell, our lawyers are highly experienced at helping injured workers and their families explore all legal options for recovering compensation. We will not only evaluate your workers’ compensation claim, but also investigate whether you have a personal injury case against third parties whose negligence contributed to your injuries.
Third Party Litigation And Personal Injury Representation
When you suffer an on-the-job injury that prevents you from working, or that has left you permanently disabled, or has resulted in the wrongful death of a loved one, you should make sure you have the information and support to fully exercise your rights. Along with our experience in handling workers’ compensation claims, our attorneys can fully evaluate your case and pursue all parties that are responsible.
Our attorneys can work with all job-site and construction accidents, including those resulting in:
- Safety violations
- Broken bones
- Cuts and lacerations
- Back or head injuries
- Permanent or temporary disability
Whether your employer has demonstrated serious negligence, or a third party has caused your injury, we can help make sure that you and your family have the compensation you need to pay for lost wages, medical expenses and other financial damages associated with the accident. Since 1984, we have established a strong record of success in handling complex construction injury cases.
Contact Our Offices For A Free Case Assessment
To schedule a free consultation at our offices in Jackson and Ypsilanti, call 734-274-2876 or contact us online. Our contingency fees mean that all costs are covered by our office unless and until we collect a settlement or judgment in your favor.