Austin Construction Accident Lawyers
Austin Injury Attorneys Fighting For Your Rights
Construction is one of the most dangerous lines of work in the country,
yet without construction workers the world as we know it could not operate.
Construction workers are so often taken for granted, but our Austin injury
lawyers at Komie & Morrow, LLP always remember how important their
work is. That is why we strive to protect the rights of those who were
injured in construction accidents. We are committed to helping victims
who were harmed at no fault of their own and may not know how to retaliate
against those responsible.
If you were injured
at a construction site, let
& Morrow, LLP know by
Common Causes of Construction Accidents
Construction accidents are all too common and a significant portion of
them occur because of situations that others did not take the time to prevent.
Some of the most common causes include:
- Faulty equipment
- Distracted, tired, or careless workers
- Failure to put safety precautions into place
- Unsafe conditions that caused a slip, trip, or fall
- Failure to follow safety guidelines
- Improper use of equipment
If you were harmed by the careless actions of another while at a construction
site, you could be within your rights to pursue a personal injury case.
Winning compensation for your injuries can go toward covering expenses
that you were forced to pay to recover from your injury.
Who is Responsible For My Injury?
Because of the varied nature of construction accidents, it may be a bit
more complicated to identify the one responsible for your injury. In some
cases, the fault may lie with other workers on the construction site.
However, if unaddressed hazards on the premises were the cause of the
accident, then responsibility may be with the owner of the property. Even
architects, manufacturers of equipment, or another third party can be
Because the nature of determining who is at fault for an injury is so complex,
you're going to need the informed skill of an Austin
personal injury lawyer. We are prepared to do a thorough investigation of your case and build
a solid case around the facts.
Share the details of your
accident with us during a
free case evaluation.
Contact Komie & Morrow, LLP Today
In the state of Texas, there is a time limit on all personal injury cases.
Known as the statute of limitations, this law states that you must file
your injury claim within two years of your accident. Don't hesitate
to get in contact with a lawyer; time is running out for you to act. Our
injury lawyers have
over 60 years of combined experience and have helped thousands of clients win
positive outcomes. Our initial consultations are always complimentary and confidential,
and during our meeting we can give you solid advice on how to move forward
with your case.
Call (512) 640-2050 today to get in touch with a lawyer who cares about
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