Dedicated Construction Accident Attorney serving Alabama

Construction sites pose a number of risks to workers. Even with all efforts to improve the safety of construction work sites such as the use of safety harnesses and backup alarms on heavy equipment, construction workers continue to suffer serious injuries and fatalities on the job.

Common causes of injuries on construction sites include:

  • Heavy machinery (cranes, dump trucks, backhoes, bulldozers)
  • Power tools (nail guns, saws, drills)
  • Working at height (ladders, scaffolding)
  • Trenches

All of the above are unavoidable in many construction sites and leave workers open to risks of injuries such as:

  • Crushing injuries
  • Amputation
  • Broken bones/fractures
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Paralysis (paraplegia, quadriplegia, partial paralysis)
  • Laceration
  • Scarring

It is essential that you secure the representation of an attorney who understands how to help you obtain all available compensation and benefits from every source, including third-party claims and workers' compensation. You cannot afford to work with anyone who would leave anything on the table.

Local Representation That Can Handle The Most Complex Cases

Crocker & Sparks offers their clients the aggressive representation that they need to be able to successfully prosecute a third-party claim against a subcontractor or other party while helping you to effectively navigate the workers' compensation system. With more than a dozen years of experience, Crocker & Sparks can help you get the medical and financial support you need to recover from your injuries.

Contact Alabama Construction Accident Lawyers Crocker & Sparks

Suffering a serious injury in a workplace accident at your construction site can leave your future uncertain. Secure the representation of an attorney who can help you get the tools to put your life back together. To schedule a free initial consultation with Cullman workplace accident Lawyers Crocker & Sparks, call 256-615-1672, toll free at 800-889-0951 or contact their office online.