Structure Collapse Injuries: Accident Attorney
Personal Injury Lawyers: Structure Collapse Injuries Turn to our Injury Relief Attorney
While uncommon, structure collapses can result in serious physical injury and death to employees. Many factors can contribute to the collapse of a structure. The contributing factors may determine what parties are responsible for the injuries you sustained. Do I have a claim for my structure collapse injuries? construction accident lawyers
If you have been injured by a building collapse resulting from a design defect, you may have a claim against the designer of the building. Under Texas law, the designer of a building has a duty to make buildings that are safe for their intended use. Failure to design a structurally sound building may result in the designer being held liable for any injuries that result from the building’s collapse.
If you have been injured by a structure collapse resulting from a building defect, you may have a claim against the general contractor for the project, a sub-contractor who acted negligently or a supplies provider. General contractors and sub-contractors owe a duty to perform their work in a safe manner and to ensure that the structures they build are safe.
If you have been injured by a structure collapse resulting from a materials defect, you may have a claim against the supplier of the materials as well as the builder. With today’s economy, many builders are attempting to shave expenses anywhere possible, including the use of substandard building materials and supplies. Builders and suppliers owe a duty to their employees to create a safe working environment, as such the failure to use safe building material may give you a cause of action against the builder.
How can our Law Office assist you with your structure collapse injury?
Injuries resulting from a building collapse are often severe. Recently, the collapse of an athletic facility resulted in the paralysis of one of the people inside the facility at the time of the collapse. Traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, crush injuries, and death are potential consequences when a building collapses with workers inside.
Our Law Offices’ first step following an accident resulting from a structural collapse is to determine any prior instances in which a similar project worked on by the general contractor or sub-contractor collapsed. Our Law Office then hires world-renowned experts in the fields of engineering, building construction, and building safety in order to establish liability in your case. Our Law Office will aggressively pursue your personal injury accident claim and ensure that you obtain every penny you deserve.
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