Are You Suffering from a Construction Accident? Call Bill Kennedy Today

You went to work and did everything you were supposed to, just like you always do. You wore the proper gear, followed safety guidelines and did your job for the day. The next thing you know, there has been a construction accident, and what’s worse is you believe it could have been avoided.


If you have been injured while working on a construction project, you may be eligible for compensation. Construction accidents can involve falls, malfunctioning equipment, power lines, fires, explosions, builder neglect and non-compliance of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.


You may feel lost as to how to proceed if you know that you need and deserve monetary compensation following a construction accident. You have bills to pay, and you are suffering from not only physical discomfort, but also undue stress and other emotional pain. Laws regarding workplace accidents are often very technical, so if you or someone you know has been hurt in a construction accident, call Bill Kennedy Law for a free initial consultation. We promise to fight for your rights and provide the assistance you need, inside and outside of the courtroom.

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Getting Back to the Workplace

Every year, construction accidents seriously injure and sometimes kill a large number of people. Texas law requires that employers have Workers’ Compensation insurance so an injured employee will be compensated in the event of an accident. That means the injured employee is barred from suing his employer for the accident.


However, if the employer does not have Workers’ Compensation insurance, then the employee can sue the employer for damages pertaining to his or her injuries. Additionally, an injured employee may have a claim against another contractor or company for negligence.


Construction accidents happen, but when it comes to worksites, abiding by OSHA safety guidelines can prevent them in most cases. OSHA cites the following causes of injury and death as the construction industry’s “Fatal Four”:

  1. Falls
  2. Electrocution
  3. Struck by Object
  4. Caught In-Between Hazards


In 2014, construction accidents related to these causes resulted in 508 deaths. In total, 4,679 construction workers were killed at work in the same year. The top three most frequently cited OSHA standards violated in 2015 were fall protection, hazard communication and scaffolding requirements. That means there were rules being broken, bosses and contractors knew about them, and they allowed their employees to go to work anyway.


You do not deserve to be laid up because of someone else’s oversight surrounding a construction accident. You rely on your physical health to be able to work, and you need to work to be able to provide for yourself and your family. It is time to end the suffering and get the restitution you need. Bill Kennedy Law is here to answer your questions and provide you with sound legal advice regarding your options for workers’ compensation. Contact us as soon as possible to discuss your construction accident case. We will even provide assistance with the insurance claims process and ensure you receive the professional care you need both inside and outside of the courtroom.

We Can Help with Securing Restitution after Construction Accidents

If you need an expert personal injury lawyer to help you get back on your feet following a construction accident, contact Bill Kennedy Law as soon as possible. Bill Kennedy and his legal team have been working since 2012 to get people the assistance they need and the compensation they deserve. Call Bill Kennedy Law today at (972) 939-4878 and tell us about your case so we can conduct a full evaluation of your rights and options. It’s important to know that we always fight for your rights honestly and aggressively as we strive to make you whole.

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