Collin County McKinney Workplace Injuries Lawyer
Falls | Broken Bones | Wrongful Death | Construction Vehicle Accidents
Workplace injuries occur with alarming frequency and involve not only construction workers but also the public. A construction worker falling off a ladder, a pedestrian being struck by falling debris, a building collapsing and killing someone, and a person suffering from whiplash after being struck by a construction vehicle all are considered Workplace injuries.
Regardless of the cause or severity of an injury from a construction accident, you should demand representation from a lawyer who has experience with construction accidents and understands how to properly investigate the accident to ensure that you are filing the proper claim and requesting maximum compensation.
The workplace injuries Lawyers at Dale R. Rose, in McKinney, Texas, have a history of success representing construction accident victims throughout the North Dallas area, including Collin County. With more than 50 years of combined experience, our personal injury team will provide you with aggressive representation and ensure that your interests are fully protected.
We understand how to deal with insurance companies, and we are convinced that our preparedness and aggressive approach lead to better settlement offers.
For additional information about our qualifications and the benefits of retaining our services, please visit our Why You Want to Retain Our Law Firm page.
To discuss your Texas accident injury claim and learn how we can help you, please call one of our skilled personal injury lawyers at (972) 367-0055 to schedule a confidential consultation.
Experienced McKinney Workplace Accident Claims Lawyers
Construction accidents can, in many situations, involve multiple parties. This fact is especially important to construction accident victims who suffer severe injuries because a company could have additional insurance to cover your medical claims and compensate you for your injury or loss.
Proper investigation of a construction accident is crucial to determining the amount of available compensation for an accident. For a construction worker, it may mean receiving more benefits than those available through workers’ compensation. For a non-construction worker who is severely injured, it may mean the difference between a partial recovery for compensation and a full recovery for compensation.
We have extensive experience with construction injury claims and represent construction accident victims, including those injured by:
- Falls from heights, including scaffold accidents, ladder accidents and falls from rooftops
- Accidents cause by ditches and trenches
- Construction equipment accidents, including backhoes, cranes, bulldozers, pallet jacks, welding equipment and power tools
- Construction vehicle accidents, including dump trucks, garbage haulers, bucket trucks, pick-up trucks and autos
- Building collapse, including roof and floor collapse
- Wrongful death caused by all types of construction accidents
As part of our personal injury practice, we also handle serious injury claims (such as brain injury, head injury, spinal cord injury, back injury, burns, amputations and wrongful death) from all types of accidents, including:
- Trucking accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle or pedestrian accidents
- Slip-and-fall or premises liability accidents
- Dog bites
- Auto wrecks
Contact a Skilled McKinney, Texas Workplace Injuries Lawyer
To schedule a free, confidential consultation to discuss your construction accident injuries with a distinguished McKinney personal injury attorney, please call (972) 367-0055 or fill out our online form and we will contact you to schedule a consultation. Your future and the future of your family are too important to trust to a less experienced lawyer.
In addition to our normal business hours, we offer weekend and evening consultations by appointment.
Located in McKinney, Texas, Dale R. Rose, represents individuals and businesses throughout the Collin County area in family law, criminal defense, personal injury, estate planning as well as civil litigation matters. Our clients come to us from throughout Collin County and the North Dallas area, including McKinney, Frisco, Plano, Prosper, Anna and Melissa.