Read the many ways Russell & Lazarus have successfully resolved their clients’ accident claims. While these results are never guaranteed for other cases, these case results will show you the importance of hiring an experienced law firm that handles only personal injury claims.
Construction accidents can happen anywhere, from a small project at a home to a major development in a high-rise. Indeed, more workers are injured each year in construction trade than any other. There are many hazards in construction that can involve faulty equipment, bad planning, sheer negligence, or other causes. When an accident is due to negligence, the injured victim may be able to gain compensation. If you were hurt in an accident, it would be in your best interest to work with an Orange County construction accident attorney.
If you would like an idea of how your specific construction accident injury claim could end up with a positive result, contact the attorneys at Russell & Lazarus today for a complimentary case evaluation.
Awarded: $7,200,000 Pre-trial Settlement
There are many different laws and regulations governing construction sites and workplaces. For this reason, you will want an experienced Orange County accident lawyer to help guide you through the legal process to collect the damages you are entitled to.
Typically, a construction site may include many different parties who may be responsible for your injuries. A major task for an Orange County accident lawyer is to figure out exactly who bears responsibility and what type of lawsuit to bring:
After determining who to sue and the type of lawsuit to bring, your Orange County accident lawyer can assist you in calculating the amount of damages you can collect and negotiating with insurance companies.
If you have a question about your specific injury claim, contact an Orange County accident lawyer at Russell & Lazarus for a complimentary case evaluation.
DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.