According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction work is one of the ten deadliest types of work in America. Even more often than they are fatal, construction accidents result in serious personal injury that can render a victim incapable of working. Worse still, common injures sustained on construction sites can result in significant medical expenses and necessitate home and lifestyle modifications – and many construction workers aren’t even covered by workers’ compensation.
Whether you are covered by workers’ compensation or not, if you have been the victim of a construction accident you deserve justice. California construction accident lawyer Mickey Fine will review your case free of charge to help you determine the best way to get the total compensation you are due.
If you have been injured in a construction accident in or around Bakersfield, please contact the Law Offices of Mickey Fine or call (661) 333-3333 to schedule a free consultation with our California personal injury attorney.
Type of Construction Accidents
Types of construction accidents handled by our Bakersfield personal injury lawyer include those involving:
- Slip and fall
- Scaffolding failure
- Electrical injury
- Equipment failure
- Puncture wounds
- Heavy machinery
There are often a number of contractors and companies working on any given construction site. When a third-party is responsible for your accident, you may be entitled to significantly more than workers’ compensation will offer. The best way to learn what your case is worth is through a one-on-one consultation with our dedicated construction accident attorney.
Mickey Fine has over two decades of experience helping injured workers get justice. During your initial consultation he will listen carefully to your claim, discuss your rights, and help you better understand all of your options.
To schedule a free consultation with our experienced California construction accident attorney, please contact us today. Mickey Fine serves injured workers throughout California from our offices in Bakersfield.