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Construction Accidents

Kitsap County Construction Accident Lawyer

Electrocutions, Ladder Falls, Equipment Malfunction, Falling Tools, Scaffolding Collapses

A construction site is one of the most dangerous places to work, even when an employer is careful to follow all safety regulations, and does everything possible to keep you safe. Accidents happen - and a worker could suffer very serious injury or loss of life in a split second. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured while working on a construction site, you need the help of our legal team at Ramirez & Walker, Inc.

With more than 30 years of combined experience handling personal injury cases you can be confident that our team can help you pursue the maximum possible for serious injuries or death that took place while working on a construction site.

What Does A Construction Accident Injury Mean for You?

An injury can mean many months of medical treatment, multiple surgeries, and in some cases, permanent loss of abilities, particularly in cases involving the following:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Electrical accidents

The consequences will extend to the family, who now faces financial trouble due to the loss of the ability to work. Some construction accidents take place due to the negligence of a third party entity, such as a:

  • Sub-contractor
  • Equipment manufacturer
  • Electrical company
  • Gas company

In these cases, it may be possible to pursue compensation beyond what is available through the workers' comp system.

You owe it to yourself and your family to find out what can be done to help you seek the maximum. At our firm, our Kitsap construction accident attorney can help you by initiating a full analysis of your case. This is a crucial issue, and should take place as early as possible after the injury or death has occurred.

It is important to obtain and preserve evidence, including:

  • Witness reports
  • Medical reports

We will also need to fully investigate what occurred. Memories fade, and it can become more difficult to get the evidence to support your case if a great deal of time has passed. In either case, we urge you to contact us so we can assist you.

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