Lubbock Construction Accident Attorneys

Find the right Construction Accident attorney in Lubbock, TX

Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Texas?

Construction sites can be dangerous places to work at or visit.

If you've been harmed in a Construction Accident in Texas, you should first seek medical help.

Different Types of Construction Accidents in Lubbock Texas

There are 2 major types of construction accidents in Lubbock.

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.

Construction Accident Help in Texas

Whether you are a pedestrian or a construction worker, if you have been injured in a Construction Accident, you should always find a reliable Lubbock Construction Accident attorney as soon as you can.

Talk to a Personal Injury Law Attorney now!

Life in Lubbock

Lubbock is located in Lubbock County, Texas. It is specifically located in the north west region of the state. The 2010 census has reported its population to be 229,573 people. It is the eighty-seventh most populated city in the United States, and the eleventh most populated city in Texas.

It's nickname is "Hub City" because the city is seen as an education and health care hub of the South Plains region of Texas.

Interestingly, CNNMoney.com ranked it twelfth amongst the best places to start a small business. With Lubbock being a business-friendly area, naturally it has a strong legal force to support local businesses and residents. Therefore, residents and businesses do not have to travel far to receive excellent legal care!

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