It is well-known that following safety protocol is one of the best ways to protect you and others from injury, especially in high risk environments such as construction sites. Individuals that get injured on construction sites don’t have this happen to them out of the blue – most of the time, someone else not doing what they were meant to have been doing, negligence or carelessness are what causes these injuries. Your supervisor or employer as a duty of care towards you, the worker, to keep you safe at all times as you carry out work duties. This is decreed or demanded by the government via OSHA work regulations as well as personal injury law. One of the individuals that construction site workers look up to the most is the supervisor. These are highly-trained individuals that must be up-to-speed when it comes to applying said regulations as well as making sure that workers have the appropriate training. Supervisor negligence may lead to a personal injury lawsuit which will make it possible for you to file a lawsuit in order to recover money damages, and we’re here to help with that.
Are you looking for a best construction site injury attorney? Please call us NOW at (773) 362-2747 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. The experienced construction worker injury lawyers at McCready Law bring a wealth of experience that spans over 90 YEARS to these types of cases, and we’re committed when it comes to finding justice, compensation and closure for all our clients. What makes us different is the fact that we are not afraid to litigate, which may be needed in some cases where the insurance company is refusing to compensate our client an appropriate amount. In addition to having a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), all cases are heard on contingency fee basis, which means that there are NO UPFRONT FEES whatsoever during any time in the processing of your claim. Regardless of your current location in the country, we can help you if you were injured at a construction site due to someone else’s negligence: call us NOW at (773) 362-2747 – the call is ABSOLUTELY FREE!
Here are some examples of construction worker supervisor negligence:
- Failure to properly train workers prior to them starting on the site
- Allowing clearly intoxicated workers on the site
- Failure to ensure that machinery is serviced regularly
- Disregarding reports of sexual harassment
- Failing to check a workers’ references and criminal background check prior to hiring
- Failing to let other supervisors or engineers about the presence of a dangerous condition
- Knowing about malfunctions or areas that need repairs and failing to perform them
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It is important to understand that your supervisor as a construction worker owes you something called duty of care which is a legal concept meant to keep you safe as you work. Should you get injured on account of negligent supervision, you may be entitled to compensation as long as you can prove actual damages that occurred as a result of the negligent supervision. Please contact us NOW at (773) 362-2747 to learn more about how we can help you as an injured construction site worker. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.