Construction Accidents

As a construction worker, you can face some of the most dangerous working conditions in any industry. Construction accident injuries in the Bay Area can happen because of faulty equipment, falls from scaffolding, falling materials, defective or unsafe equipment, electrocutions, explosions, chemical leaks, and even errors in judgement.

California Construction Injury Lawyer

Construction Accidents Attorney | Walnut Creek | Law Offices of William SchottSerious construction accident injuries and wrongful deaths happen in the Bay Area more often than people realize. At the Law Offices of William Schott, we understand the complexities of California construction laws as well as issues of owner, agent and contractor liability.

We’re on your side!

Because we frequently work with Bay Area construction accident victims, we know that you’re facing difficulties that have to be faced when you are injured and cannot work. We understand that you need to support your family, and you may be in a lot of pain. With a Bay Area construction accident lawyer on your side, you can concentrate on getting better and begin to rebuild your life.

More than just Workers’ Compensation

If you are injured as a construction worker, in many cases a claim can be brought against the owner or contractor as well as a workers’ compensation claim. Workers’ compensation benefits may not be enough to cover the expenses that can result from the serious injuries that Bay Area construction accidents can cause.

It is important to hold all the negligent parties responsible. A complete and thorough site investigation and expert review must be done before insurance company representatives and careless site inspectors change the conditions that caused you to be seriously injured. We know what needs to be done immediately to effectively bring your case and we will do it.

If you or someone you love has suffered injuries on a construction site, contact us right away to find out your legal rights. Call (925) 934-5014 or fill out the contact form provided.

Law Offices of William Schott