Construction Site Accidents

Construction is an honest, physical way to make a living, but it comes with plenty of risks. In the blink of an eye, you could suffer a catastrophic injury that leaves you unable to work or forever changed. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury on a construction site, it is important to discuss your situation with a skilled personal injury lawyer.

At the Law Offices of Robert N. Edwards in Anoka, Minnesota, attorney Bob Edwards has been helping injury victims for more than 30 years. A nationally certified Civil Trial Specialist, he knows how to maximize the value of a personal injury claim, preparing each case for trial while seeking a favorable settlement.

Should I File A Workers' Compensation And Personal Injury Claim?

While workers' compensation usually pays for a significant portion of the damages in construction site accidents, it is often not the only remedy available. Additional damages can be awarded if an employee of one contractor is injured as the result of negligence by an employee of another. A personal injury claim can be brought against the second contractor to recover damages beyond what workers' compensation provides. Unlike workers' compensation, a personal injury claim can result in financial compensation for disfigurement, pain and suffering.

Request A Confidential Consultation And Take The Next Step

From electrical and industrial accidents to falls from ladders and scaffolding, you can rely on Bob to provide you with a spirited pursuit of the compensation you deserve no matter how you were injured on a construction site. Call or send us a message to take advantage of a free case evaluation.