San Francisco Construction Accident Attorneys

Construction sites, by their nature, are very dangerous places. Even the most experienced and skilled construction worker can be injured or killed in a construction site accident. Every year, thousands of hardworking California construction workers are injured or killed on the job and countless other citizens are harmed by unsafe conditions near construction sites. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the construction industry has one of the highest rates of work-related fatalities in the United States.

Experienced Representation In All Types Of Construction Accidents

The Brady Law Group has represented hundreds of construction site accident victims in cases against the public or private entities responsible for their injuries. Our lawyers also have the expertise to handle any type of post-accident insurance coverage or bad faith action for our clients.

If you have been injured in a construction-related accident anywhere in California, call our San Francisco law offices today at 866-211-2562.

Given the heavy equipment and labor-intensive nature of the job, construction accidents often result in serious injuries. This can include neck and back injuries, knee and orthopedic injuries, blunt trauma to the head, crushing, spinal injuries or serious burns and electrocution.

Our construction accident attorneys have not only the legal experience, but also the medical understanding needed to thoroughly evaluate your injury and the compensation you are entitled to receive. We work with a highly trusted and regarded team of medical professionals to ensure that you have proper medical evaluation and receive the treatment that you need.

While most construction injuries are covered by workers' compensation, meaning the employee cannot sue his or her employer for injuries suffered on the job, sometimes there is another party that is partly responsible. This could be a contractor, another driver who hit you while you were on the job, another party on the job site or the manufacturer of defective equipment that you were using. We will help you understand any options you have to a third-party liability suit — on top of any workers' compensation claims.