Bristol Construction Accident Attorneys

Find the right Construction Accident attorney in Bristol, CT

Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Connecticut?

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

If you were harmed in a construction accident in Connecticut, you should seek medical help right away.

Types of Construction Accidents in Bristol Connecticut

There are 2 basic types of construction accidents in Bristol.

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

The second type is when it is a construction worker that is injured on site. In most situations, the worker's only recourse is worker's compensation, but there are occasionally situations where the employee can collect more. If the employee was injured by a co-worker or the accident stemmed from a defective product, the construction worker may be able to recover greater damages.

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

Help with your Construction Accident in Connecticut

If you were injured in a Construction Accident, no matter if you were an employee or a pedestrian, you should always find a Bristol Lawyer who specializes in Construction Accidents.

Talk to a Personal Injury Law Attorney now!

Life in Bristol

You're probably familiar with Bristol because it is the headquarters to ESPN. This Hartford County city is 20 miles Southwest of the City of Hartford making it very popular among professionals seeking a more suburban environment. Many of those professionals are lawyers. Lawyers in Bristol take all kinds of cases and advise their clients on the best courses of action for their cases in Connecticut. Bristol has earned a number of different nicknames over the years. It was known as Clock City in the 1800s because it primarily manufactured timepieces; today you may visit the American Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol. Other more recent nicknames include Bell City and Mum City as a result of the bustling doorbell and chrysanthemum production. Bristol still holds an annual Mum Festival each September.  

Today, Bristol is undergoing a period of downtown revitalization attracting more business to interesting historical museums like the New England Carousel Museum, Imagine Nation Children's Museum, Witches Dungeon Classic Movie Museum, and the Bristol Historical Society Museum which recounts Bristol's rich past. Bristol is notably home to the largest elevator test tower in the United States that is owned by the Otis Elevator Company. 

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