Denver Construction Accident Lawyer
Unless you were struck by lightning, your construction site accident most likely did not have to happen. Someone's negligence was probably the root cause of your injury resulting from a crane accident, a fall or a power tool accident.
Janice M. Greening, Denver workers' compensation lawyer and former registered nurse, has handled more than 3,000 injury and disability cases. If you have suffered a bone fracture, a head injury, a spinal cord injury, a burn injury or amputation of your hand, foot, arm or leg in a construction site accident, contact our disability law firm for a free consultation.
Take Appropriate Action to Maximize Medical and Financial Recovery
Whatever the cause of your accident, it is equally important that you take prompt action with regard to both your medical recovery and the legal and financial aspects of your case. Your workers' compensation claim needs to be well documented and presented to maximize the benefits that you receive.
Any third-party liability claim (against an equipment manufacturer or subcontractor, for example) will require extensive investigation and gathering of evidence to support your claim or lawsuit involving any of the following:
- Scaffolding that was not properly erected
- Cranes that collapsed
- Holes in floors under construction
- Falling objects or debris
- Trip and fall involving debris on walkways
- Cherry picker or bucket trucks
- Roof falls
- Power saws
- Welding equipment
Denver Workers' Compensation
After your construction site accident, Colorado workers' compensation lawyer and former nurse Janice Greening is ideally suited to help you document your injury and obtain compensation for medical treatment and lost wages.
Our construction site accident law firm represents clients throughout the Denver area including the cities of Denver, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Parker, Littleton, Centennial, Elizabeth, and Aurora.
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