Mobile Construction Accident Attorneys

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Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Alabama?

Construction sites are particularly hazardous and people get injured when they least expect it.

If you or a loved one has been hurt in a construction incident in Alabama, the first thing you should do is get medical care.

The law of Construction Accidents in Mobile Alabama

There are two general classes of Construction Accidents in Mobile.

First, injuries to bystanders or other people not employed on the Construction site. In these situations, the injured party must file an usual personal injury lawsuit and follow the laws of the state.

The second category of Construction Accidents includes all accidents sustained by employees on the construction site. Most of the time, these workers are compensated through workman's compensation. In specific situations, however, like when a co-employee is the cause of the accident, the injured party may be able to recover a higher amount.

First, injuries to bystanders or other people not employed on the Construction site. In these situations, the injured party must file an usual personal injury lawsuit and follow the laws of the state.

Find a Construction Accident Attorney in Alabama

It does not matter whether you were a pedestrian who was injured by continuing construction, or you were working on the site when you were injured. In both cases, the best advice for you would be to contact a Mobile Construction Accident attorney as soon as you can.

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Life in Mobile

Mobile is unsurprisingly the seat of Mobile County. You may not know, however, that Mobile is the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast between New Orleans and St. Petersburg, Florida. In fact, over 400,000 residents live in Mobile, which was the first state capital of Louisiana. Mobile is also famous for being a Gulf Coast cultural hub. the city boasts the oldest organized celebrations like Carnival and Mardi Gras.

Tourism plays a major role in the Mobile economy. At Battleship Memorial park you can tour the USS Alabama battleship from WWII and Korean War submarine the USS Drum. The Mobile Carnival Museum offers Mardi Gras history and memorabilia like floats and costumes. A number of historic antebellum house museums like the Bragg-Mitchell Mansion from 1855 can be found in Mobile as well. A few of the other exciting attractions to which tourists flock consist of the Gulf Coast Exploratoreum, Dauphin Island Sea Lab, and Mobile Botanical Gardens that earn the city's nickname the "Azalea City."

Mobile is known nationally as a hub for business. Mobile industries include steel fabrication and building, aerospace, retail, medicine, manufacturing and transportation. The Alabama State Docks recently underwent a million expansion project that provided new jobs. Additionally, Mobile's Austal USA shipbuilding company will be trusted with constructing U.S. Forces vessels after winning another multi-billion dollar defense contract with the United States Government in late 2010.

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