Were You Injured While On The Job?
The Weaver Law Firm represents individuals who have been injured in workplace accidents in Houston, San Antonio and surrounding areas in Texas. To speak to a lawyer about your work injury and pursuing compensation, please contact us online to schedule a consultation.
Workplace Accident Representation
We represent individuals who have been injured in all types of workplace accidents:
- Defective equipment or machinery accidents
- Falling objects
- Construction site accidents
- Heavy lifting accidents
- Accidents resulting in burn injuries
- Physical and sexual assault
- Chemical-related injuries
Workplace Car Accidents
If you have been injured in a car accident that occurred while on the clock, you may be entitled to compensation. If you were driving a company vehicle or driving as a part of your work duties, workers’ compensation laws may apply.
Our firm will work to determine your full scope of options for seeking compensation following a workplace car accident.
Ready To Help
With development growth in Texas areas like Houston, construction sites are dangerous places. Contractors are often exposed to certain risks like falls, burns, truck accidents, electrocution and accidents involving equipment and machinery.
The attorneys at The Weaver Law firm handle construction law cases and those related to workplace injuries. We know that a construction accident can have a devastating physical, emotional and financial impact on injured workers and their families. We work to help people obtain the compensation that they deserve after being hurt on the job, especially if your construction injury was caused by the negligence of another person.
Other examples of construction site injuries include:
- Injuries resulting from limbs being caught in moving or unguarded parts of machinery and equipment.
- Injuries resulting from falls from cranes, scaffolding, roofs, stairwells, buckets and steel beams and on uneven or slippery floors.
- Injuries from accidents involving trucks, forklifts, tractors and bulldozers.
- Injuries resulting from welding and electrocutions, burns and suffocation.
Injury accidents are different from each other. Workers may suffer injuries that range from sprains, strains and broken or crushed bones to more catastrophic results, including amputations, paralysis or death.
Third-Party Liability Claims
If another person or party was responsible for causing your work accident, you may be able to pursue a third-party liability claim for additional compensation. This is in addition to workers’ compensation. However, it is necessary to demonstrate that another person’s or party’s negligence caused or contributed to the accident. This could include a negligent co-worker or contractor or the manufacturer of a defective product, for example.
Contact Us When You Need Help
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