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Alabama Construction Accident Lawyer

When you’re injured at work in Alabama, it might take a lawsuit to get the compensation you need for a full recovery. If you’re struggling to secure your rightful funds, an Alabama construction injury lawyer can help.

When you’re working in a construction zone, or if you’re just passing through, you’re surrounded by dangerous equipment. No matter how well the company follows safety regulations, when something goes wrong, you could be seriously injured.

When a construction zone injury happens, get an Alabama construction accident lawyer on your side. At the Henry Dailey Law Firm, we understand the  complexities of construction incidents, especially if you’re a worker on that site. With our help, you can get on track toward recovery.

When to File a Personal Injury Claim

When you work on the construction site, determining which type of claim to file can be complicated. You want to get your compensation as soon as possible, but you’re not sure what options are available to you. Typically, if you’re injured during the scope of your employment, you’ll be eligible to receive work comp benefits.

However, there are instances where a personal injury claim is warranted. An Alabama attorney can answer your questions and help you choose the best route for your recovery. If you’ve suffered because of any of the following reasons, you may be entitled to a personal injury claim against your employer:

  • A third party injured you.
  • Your employer intentionally harmed you.
  • You were exposed to hazardous illegal substances.
  • Your employer doesn’t carry workers comp insurance.
  • A defective item injured you.

Damages for Your Construction Accident

Once you’re ready to file your injury lawsuit, you’ll need to know what your injuries are worth. Your damages will fall into two categories: economic and non-economic.

Your economic damages should cover all of the financial losses you’ve suffered because of your accident. These damages are usually simpler to calculate, as you’ll simply need to add them up. However, you’ll also need compensation for future expenses, such as future surgeries or therapy. These can be more difficult to estimate.

You’ll also need to ensure you’re being compensated for your non-economic damages, or the intangible losses you’ve suffered. Unfortunately, it’s tough to calculate what something like pain is worth, especially without the tools you’ll need. Seek out a lawyer to ensure you’re getting the full worth of your non-economic damages.

Make sure you get compensation for any of the following damages:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional trauma
  • Medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Contact an Alabama Construction Accident Attorney

When you’re injured in a construction zone, recovery often takes time and money that you don’t have. You might be struggling with questions about your claim, which can feel overwhelming when you’re looking at serious injuries. Fortunately, you don’t have to deal with the aftermath of this accident alone.

Seek out an Alabama construction accident lawyer. Our attorneys at the Henry Dailey Law Firm can review your claim and give you the answers you need, starting with a free consultation. Scheduling your appointment is easy. Simply give us a call at 205-995-2412 or complete the online form below to begin.


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