Providing Skilled Construction Site Accident Assistance
If you are a construction worker who has been involved in an accident at work, The Law Offices of Paul C. Bishop, PLLC, can help you recover damages beyond workers’ compensation benefits. We are not a workers’ comp law firm. Our experienced personal injury attorney will thoroughly investigate your accident and injuries to determine the insured individuals and organizations that may share responsibility for your lost earnings, medical bills and other expenses. Even if you are already receiving workers’ compensation, there may be a significant amount of additional money you are entitled to.
Construction sites are among the most dangerous places for the public. Shoppers and other pedestrians are often required to walk directly beneath scaffolding and through aisles obstructed with industrial equipment and construction refuse. Falling objects, cuts, and slips and falls are a constant danger. Attorney Paul Bishop is an experienced personal injury trial lawyer with knowledge of construction site public safety rules that contractors and subcontractors are required to follow. Building code violations are evidence of negligence. We use technical resources, accident reconstruction professionals, and medical specialists to investigate the causes and full extent of your injuries.
No Attorneys’ Fees If You Don’t Recover Money For Your Injuries
We cover all expenses for your initial consultation, investigation and case development for your claim. Whether you are a construction worker or a member of the public injured while walking through a construction site, you owe it to yourself to meet with us about your accident. Even if you have already settled your case with an insurance company, there may be additional insured parties who can be held liable for damages.
Arrange A Consultation To Speak With Our Compassionate Lawyer
Contact our offices in Quincy, Massachusetts, at 617-934-5039 to discuss your construction accident or industrial accident claim. Our experience means success.