Dyson Law PLLC represents victims of construction accidents due to defects, hazards, and more.
From remodeling jobs to new construction, the construction industry is booming in South Florida. Sadly, construction accidents are also on the rise. Dyson Law PLLC advocates for victims of construction accidents. They are the people injured due to construction defects and construction workers who have been injured on the job.
Construction accidents often involve multiple parties, such as developers, general contractors, and subcontractors. Also, equipment manufacturers and others might be responsible. By thoroughly investigating the case, we can bring claims against each responsible party to help you maximize the damages you recover.
Injuries related to construction defects can be long-lasting and financially devastating. You can file a claim to collect damages to limit the impact of the injuries and issues. Possible damages include:
Injuries caused by defective construction are surprisingly common in South Florida. Structures that aren’t properly constructed pose a severe risk to people passing by the site and the building’s inhabitants. These accidents are often due to poor building design, building code violations, wrong building materials used, and dangerous electrical and mechanical systems, but this is not an all-inclusive list.
Dyson Law PLLC reviews each claim, looking for local, state, and federal violations, and holds violators accountable. Proper investigation and preparation are necessary for a successful claim, which is why so many people choose Dyson Law PLLC. We have successfully resolved numerous claims.
Through our years of practice, our team at Dyson Law PLLC has been able to secure outstanding results for many individuals and families who have suffered harm as a result of negligent and wrongful conduct.
If you were injured on the job site, your employer might urge you to file a worker’s compensation claim and close your case. However, you should contact a Delray Beach construction accident attorney to explore your options. Worker’s compensation benefits might not fully compensate you for your injuries. Also, a third party could be responsible for the accident, meaning you can file a non-work-related claim. Such a claim could help you recover enough compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and more. Don’t make the mistake of closing out your case until you’ve explored all of your options. After investigating the accident, the attorney will determine all responsible parties and then help you choose the right path forward.
Sadly, some construction accidents cause fatal injuries. This is often due to structure collapses, defective machinery, and failure to adhere to building codes. You have two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of your loved one. Along with receiving damages, you can protect others when you file a wrongful death lawsuit. Your lawsuit can prevent the responsible parties from putting other people’s lives at risk.
You only have a limited time to file a claim after suffering a construction injury. Florida limits people to four years from the date of the injury to file a claim. Because multiple parties are often responsible for these accidents, you should start the process immediately, though. Your South Florida construction accident attorney needs ample time to investigate the accident and identify all responsible parties.