Alabama Cell Tower Lawyer

If you’ve lost your health because of a cell tower accident, you may be owed more than just workers compensation benefits. Speak to an Alabama cell tower injury lawyer for help getting the compensation you deserve.  

Cell towers dominate much of the Alabama landscape today, and the stable demand for cell services means working on these towers can be lucrative. Unfortunately, that doesn’t make cell tower work safe. A fall from that height can be lethal if you’re not provided the right safety measures or someone interferes with your ability to do your work safely.

When your employer puts you at unnecessary risk or a third party causes you to be injured on a cell tower, you and your family deserve compensation for the damages you’ve been left to deal with. Unfortunately, workers comp doesn’t take into consideration non-economic damages like emotional trauma, no matter how much you’ve suffered.

The good news is you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim that could cover the full extent of your damages. At the Henry Dailey Law Firm, an Alabama cell tower lawyer can fight for your case and make sure you get the compensation you deserve. Give us a call today for help.  

Why Choose Personal Injury?

If you’re injured at work, you’ll likely be offered a chance to file for workers compensation, but consider your options before taking this route. Workers comp is intended to protect workers and employers from injury-related financial hardships and lawsuits, respectively, but this system simply doesn’t cover all of injured workers’ damages.

Personal injury claims typically cover situations in which a person is at fault for an injury through negligence, and if you deserve more for your injuries than your workers comp covers, this may be the route to take.

You’ll typically be able to file an injury claim outside the work comp system if your employers intentionally harmed you or were grossly negligent. For example, if they didn’t ensure your equipment was safe or didn’t require standard safety measures, and you were harmed because of this, you could file a claim.

You may also be able to file an injury claim if your injuries are the fault of a third party other than yourself and your employer or if your employer failed to purchase workers comp insurance.

Unfortunately, filing a personal injury claim also puts you at risk of a negligence defense. If the defendant claims that you had any part at all in your own accident, Alabama courts will bar you from recovery. Speak to an Alabama cell tower injury attorney who can make sure your case is strong.

Compensation for Cell Tower Injuries in Alabama

Consider the amount of compensation you need to carry on with your life without struggling with expenses. A personal injury claim can cover every cost associated with your Alabama cell tower injury.

Your claim can win you compensation beyond what your workers comp would provide—Alabama doesn’t allow pain and suffering damages for workers comp claims. With a successful injury claim, you could recover compensation for all of the following and more:

  • Medical expenses
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Lost wages
  • Emotional trauma
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Call an Alabama Cell Tower Attorney

When you’re dealing with a serious injury that occurred at work, workers compensation simply may not be enough. You might be able to file a personal injury claim, especially if your employer violated federal standards and endangered you. In these cases, you need to act to get the compensation you truly deserve.

It just takes one phone call to get a qualified and experienced injury lawyer on your side. The attorneys at the Henry Dailey Law Firm will fight for your rights because we believe you deserve full compensation for your injuries.

Join an Alabama cell tower lawyer for a free consultation. We will review your case and what we can do for you. For more information, give us a call at 205-995-2412 or fill out the online contact form below.