After a construction accident, workers and their families are often stuck with bills that pile up as the injured are unable to work. Filing a construction accident claim can help get your life back on track, but how do you prove that negligence is involved?
Although the workers comp laws in California may prevent you from filing a claim directly with your employer, there are other parties that may still have caused your injuries. Find out how to prove fault in a construction accident today. For help pursuing recompense for your injuries, partner with a San Diego personal injury lawyer.
Construction sites are dangerous places, and workers get injured every day while working on a work-related function. And although filing a workers comp claim can help you recover some damages, they may not be sufficient.
Fortunately, you can file a third-party construction accident claim against negligent parties or entities that are not your employer, such as vendors, suppliers, contractors, and others.
When you go this route, you do have to prove that negligence was a factor. In order to do this, some steps you can take include:
When you’ve been injured on the job site, you need the help of a respected San Diego construction accident lawyer. At The Kindley Firm, APC, we will work diligently to help you secure maximum compensation for your injuries.
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