Holding Contractors and Product Manufacturers Accountable
Construction site accident claims are often complex and challenging. Work sites are busy and fast-changing environments, with projects being routinely driven by acute time pressures and constraints. Simply identifying the party or parties responsible for an accident, other than the injured worker's employer or co-worker, can be a daunting task. What personnel were at the scene when the accident occurred? What equipment was involved? Were there witnesses? Time is of the essence in identifying and securing evidence. An attorney with in-depth knowledge of both personal injury and workers' compensation laws can identify all material issues and proceed quickly to safeguard the rights and interests of a personal injury client.
The attorneys at The Walthew Law Firm in Seattle bring decades of relevant experience to that task, coupled with an unrelenting focus on obtaining the best possible results in every client matter.
We have handled construction site accident cases, including those that involve defective products that are used on a daily basis. Poorly manufactured equipment used for construction can cause serious injury and even death. Rental companies that do not properly maintain their equipment may be held liable. Traumatic and fatal injuries have also resulted from incorrectly placed scaffolding and improper safety precautions.
We are entering our eighth decade representing Western Washington residents victimized by negligent actions resulting in serious injury. Contact our experienced and proven Seattle construction sites accident attorneys at 206-812-2997 or toll free at 888-534-5255.
Bellevue Third-Party Liability Attorneys Identifying All of the Responsible Parties to Maximize Compensation
Although a quick settlement with an insurance company can sometimes seem to be a good option, it seldom results in an outcome that even remotely reflects an injured party's best interests under the law. An insurer's best interest logically dictates that it will seek to pay a claimant as little as it can. Conversely, The Walthew Law Firm attorneys will seek to recover client compensation to the fullest extent provided for under the law, from every party that contributed to a personal injury accident. Even though an employer or co-worker cannot legally be held accountable for a construction site accident, for example, other parties may have acted in a negligent manner.
The first step will be to identify that individual or company responsible for the construction site accident. That could include contractors, subcontractors, a product manufacturer, rental company or other individual or business. With the complexity of construction site accident law and the general inability to sue the employer directly, many injured employees assume that they have no options for recovery. It is of vital importance to contact an attorney as soon as possible after your injury. You have options. You have rights.
Aggressive Advocacy for Hardworking Construction Professionals
At The Walthew Law Firm, we bring 75-plus years of demonstrated effectiveness helping clients with personal injury and third-party liability claims that involve construction accidents. Construction professionals face risks on a daily basis. When product manufacturers or rental companies fall short in their safety standards, people are seriously and sometimes fatally injured.
We also represent people injured in work-related car accidents, in filing third-party claims against negligent drivers.
Contact Our King County Third-Party Claims Lawyers
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Bellevue third-party liability lawyer regarding a construction site accident, please contact us.