Construction sites have a large number of rules and regulations in place to protect workers from accidents, injuries, and even death that have been developed over the years in response lessons learned. But no matter how strict and comprehensive they may be workers continue to suffer from life changing injuries due to the negligence and wrongdoing of others. According to The Texas Tribune, more workers died in Texas than any other state in the nation 11 different times between 2001 and 2014, and according to the most recent data from the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics the Lone Star state once again topped the list at 524 deaths in 2014 – 190 more deaths than California, the next highest state on the list.
The Dallas construction accident attorneys at Aldous \ Walker LLP have spent their careers standing up for the rights of injury victims at the negotiation table and in court, and continue to do so to this day. We have tried more than 200 cases in front of a jury on our way to securing more than $1 billion in verdicts and settlements. That’s the kind of experience and record of success you need in your corner when you’re fighting to secure the compensation you and your family needs to recover from your tragic accident. Contact us today to tell us all about your case so we can help you on to the next step.
Often employers have workers’ compensation insurance for their employees for on-the-job injuries. Worker’s compensation provides a limited amount of death, income, and medical benefits to injured workers. Workers’ compensation coverage is often not enough to fully compensate a seriously injured employee or for an employee who dies because of construction injury. In those situations, a qualified legal representative is needed to determine who or what exactly is at fault for the injury in order to navigate the limitations of the workers’ compensation system in order to pursue the maximum compensation possible.
Increasingly, employers are opting out of the workers’ compensation system. When employees without workers’ compensation coverage are seriously injured by crush injuries, paralysis, burns, or death, it is important to have a qualified attorney to help fight for compensation in the courts to cover medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wages, changes made to your lifestyle, or to compensate the family of those who are killed on the job.
Our attorneys at Aldous \ Walker LLP have spent decades studying and learning the nuances of Texas injury law, and are prepared to use that knowledge and experience in order to create a case that will give you the best chance to secure the verdict you deserve.
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You deserve the legal representation that will both fight for you and work with you to ensure that you’re put in the best possible position to secure the compensation you deserve. At Aldous \ Walker LLP, our Dallas construction accident lawyers are passionate about every case we take, and juries can see that passion every time we go to trial. Fill out our online form to tell us all about your case, or give us a call at (214) 307-6307 to speak with one of our construction accident attorneys today.
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