Little Rock Construction Accident Attorneys

Find the right Construction Accident attorney in Little Rock, AR

Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Arkansas?

Construction sites are especially dangerous and people get injured when they least expect it.

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

The law of Construction Accidents in Little Rock Arkansas

There are 2 main categories of Construction Accidents in Little Rock.

The first encompasses all injures sustained by people who are not employed at the construction site. Most of the time, these cases involve a pedestrian being hit by falling debris. In these situations, a normal personal injury suit will occur.

The second category of Construction Site accidents encompasses injuries sustained by construction workers on site. In most of these cases, the worker is limited to recovering worker's compensation. However, if there are multiple contractors on site, or if the injury was the result of a co-worker's actions, then the injured person may be able to recover damages that exceed worker's compensation.

The first encompasses all injures sustained by people who are not employed at the construction site. Most of the time, these cases involve a pedestrian being hit by falling debris. In these situations, a normal personal injury suit will occur.

Find a Construction Accident Attorney in Arkansas

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

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Life in Little Rock

Little Rock is the largest city in the State of Arkansas by any measurement. The City of Little Rock is the most important center of government in Arkansas and acts as the state capital and seat of Pulaski County Government. Today, Little Rock is home to over 700,000 residents who live in the city's 36 diverse neighborhoods.

There are a lot of outstanding museums in Little Rock like the Arkansas Arts Center, William J. Clinton Presidential Center, MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, and the hands-on Arkansas Museum of Discovery to name a few. Little Rock's Arkansas Arboretum is one of the most outstanding examples of native and exotic plans around. The Arkansas Art Center offers a museum school in addition to attractions like Van Gogh and Rembrandt pieces. The global hunger, poverty, and relief organization Heifer International operate their world headquarters from Little Rock.

Some prominent corporations and companies like Dillard's Department Stores, Windstream Communications, Acxiom, Rose Law Firm, and Metropolitan National Bank have headquarters in Little Rock. A number of hospital and renown research facilities make home in town. The largest of those include Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Baptist Health Medical Center, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), and the Arkansas Children's Hospital. Other businesses that have major installations in Little Rock are L'Oreal Paris, Timex, Entergy, Raytheon, Siemens, Kroger, Dassault Falcon Jet, and ATT Mobility.

I suppose it wasn't too shocking for residents when the Brookings Institution ranked Little Rock as the 7th best economy in the United States. It was second best in growth. Don't think rapid expansion has taken a negative toll on Little Rock. It's as gorgeous as ever and even was awarded the title of 2nd cleanest city in America by Forbes Magazine.

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