Few occupations expose workers to injury more than construction. The construction industry is highly regulated by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), yet serious injuries occur every day on construction sites across the United States. OSHA statistics show that construction accidents account for one of the highest fatality rates of any industry.
If a construction worker is injured on the job and unable to work, he or she can file for workers' compensation. An experienced workers' compensation attorney will maximize the amount one receives.
We represent injured individuals throughout northeast Oklahoma. Contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
The majority of injured construction workers who collect workers' compensation are exempt from filing a personal injury lawsuit as well. But there are exceptions to this, and it is always worth asking a knowledgeable personal injury attorney if filing a personal injury lawsuit in addition to a workers' compensation claim makes sense.Experienced Tulsa Workers' Comp And Personal Injury Lawyer
At Hawkins Law Firm in Tulsa, attorney Phillip C. Hawkins has nearly two decades of experience representing injured parties in personal injury and workers' compensation cases. We provide personalized legal counsel in a client-friendly environment. All of our personal injury and workers' compensation cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay attorney fees unless we obtain a recovery for you.
We represent workers who have suffered a wide variety of injuries, including:
Accidents at construction sites also injure pedestrians and motorists. If falling debris or an improperly marked construction zone results in an injury, you may be entitled to full compensation for medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.Contact Hawkins Law Firm
We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your construction site injury and recommend the best steps to take. We offer a free consultation, and we will come to you if your injuries have limited your mobility. Call (918) 583-6007.