Construction Accidents Can Leave You Seriously Injured
An accident on a construction site can lead to severe injuries, especially if safety standards and protocols are not enforced. If you were hurt because of another person’s negligence on a construction site, you may be out of work and facing a mounting pile of medical bills. If this is your situation, you should contact a personal injury attorney who can help you find the best possible path forward.
At Champ Lyons, III, P.C., we help people across Jefferson County who were injured at construction sites obtain compensation for their lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other expenses. Our knowledgeable personal injury attorney, Champ Lyons III, will aggressively negotiate with negligent parties and insurance providers. If negotiation will not get you the best outcome, he will not hesitate to take your case to the courtroom. You can schedule your free consultation at our Birmingham office by calling us at 205-723-0726.
An Experienced Trial Attorney For Construction Accidents
Champ has experience helping both construction workers and people who were passing through construction sites with their injuries. He will carefully investigate the circumstances that led to your accident and will then create a legal plan that allows you to maximize your compensation. His more than two decades of personal injury litigation experience allows him to guide cases to positive outcomes effectively.
Our team has experience with a wide variety of construction accidents, including those involving:
- Falling objects
- Scaffolding and structure collapses
- Slips and falls
- Malfunctioning equipment
- A failure to use safety equipment or follow safety protocols
We will find the parties that acted negligently and hold them and their insurance providers accountable.
We Can Start Helping You Immediately
Our firm helps clients on a contingent-fee basis. This fee structure means that you will not have to pay us anything unless we win compensation for your case. We will also travel to your home or hospital room if you cannot come to our office.