New Orleans Construction Accident Attorneys

Find the right Construction Accident attorney in New Orleans, LA

Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Louisiana?

Construction sites require hard hats for a reason - they are particularly hazardous!

If you were injured in a construction accident in Louisiana, you should seek medical attention right away.

Forms of Construction Accidents in New Orleans Louisiana

There are 2 general types of construction accidents in New Orleans.

The first is injuries suffered by those who are not employees on the Construction site. In these cases, bystanders are often hit by falling debris. When this occurs, a normal personal injury lawsuit will follow.

The second category involves injuries suffered by employees on a work site. For the most part, these injuries are compensated through worker's compensation. However, in some cases, such as when another employee causes the injury, the injured employee may be able to recover greater damages.

The first is injuries suffered by those who are not employees on the Construction site. In these cases, bystanders are often hit by falling debris. When this occurs, a normal personal injury lawsuit will follow.

Construction Accident Help in Louisiana

Whether you are a pedestrian or a construction worker, if you have been injured in a Construction Accident, you should always contact a qualified New Orleans lawyer who understands how to handle Construction Accidents.

Talk to a Personal Injury Law Attorney now!

Life in New Orleans

New Orleans is the largest city in the State of Louisiana and know to most as "The Big Easy" but locals just call it "Nawlins." Despite natural disasters of the past few years, New Orleans has rebounded back once again and plays host to one of the most unique multicultural communities in the entire United States. New Orleans is famous for being the birthplace of jazz, Creole cuisine and culture, and their annual blowout celebrations like Mardi Gras during Spring Break. In fact, tourism plays a major role in the New Orleans economy. It has been consistently voted one of "America's Favorite Cities" by Travel Magazine. New Orleans' sports teams like the Saints and Hornets, local universities like Tulane and Loyola, and cultural attractions like the French Quarter draw a high number of visitors.

The City of New Orleans is known globally for its diverse representation of unique architecture. The Port of New Orleans is touted as one of the busiest and most expansive in the world. The city is a major southern hub for transportation and distribution. Acme Truck Line and Boh Brothers Construction are two of the city's significant employers. In addition to oil refineries and chemical production, New Orleans is home to the second largest coffee roasting plant in the world. It's owned and operated by Folgers Coffee.

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