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Construction Accident Attorneys

You take pride in your work. Whether you’re on the assembly line or on a construction site, you value your labor and the hard work that you do — even knowing that you may be exposing yourself to more risk than many other types of workers.

Just because you work in a more dangerous job, however, doesn’t mean you should be left on the hook for financial losses from an accident that wasn’t your fault. In fact, just the opposite. When an accident on a construction site or industrial site leaves you and your family hurting and need money to pay bills, you deserve an experienced, aggressive legal team committed to getting you every penny you need to make yourself financially whole. You deserve the workplace accident attorneys of J.D. Milks.

Don’t jeopardize the outcome of your case by waiting to speak with a lawyer. Call (817) 659-1133 now for a no-fee case evaluation with one of our attorneys.

When You’re Injured On The Job In Texas, Make The Smart Move

It’s fair to say that construction sites and industrial settings can be veritable minefields when it comes to the ways that a worker can sustain serious, even life-changing injuries.

Even small construction sites are made up of countless moving parts, all of which must work together seamlessly to prevent possible catastrophes. Similarly in factories and other industrial settings, there is little room for error when it comes to preventing tragic accidents.

Anytime a third party’s negligent actions or negligently produced equipment causes injury, it is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney to determine whether a third-party negligence claim is possible in addition to whatever assistance you’re getting through the workers’ compensation system. While workers’ comp is designed to cover most types of accidents, in reality it almost never fully compensates workers for the full cost of their injuries. A third-party negligence claim can help make up the difference by providing additional compensation for:

  • Medical costs
  • Lost pay and reduced earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering

Industrial Accident Lawyer

Whether a piece of equipment was defective and malfunctioned, or a subcontractor’s reckless actions resulted in an injury-causing accident, we can determine how to get maximum compensation in your case. To discuss your construction site injury or industrial accident injury with one of our attorneys, call our Dallas office at
(817) 659-1133 or
complete our online contact form.