When Construction Accidents Result In Fatalities
Construction work is inherently risky and hazardous. Men and women work with machines in tight quarters for long hours. Subcontractors handling different aspects of construction projects often create dangerous conditions at the job sites — for example, by leaving debris strewn in walking areas or by removing warning signs next to unprotected openings in floors under construction.
You may have arrived on this webpage looking for a lawyer to help after you lost a family member in a construction accident in North Carolina or a neighboring state. Was he or she killed in an accident involving one or more of the following?
- A defective ladder
- Defective scaffolding
- A crane collapse
- A bucket truck or “cherry picker”
- A forklift
- Roofing done without safety straps
- Defective power tools
- Lack of proper warning signs at a road construction site
- Heavy equipment such as a steamroller
- An unsecured or unmarked opening in an unfinished floor or ceiling
Effective Fatal Construction Accident Legal Representation
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. has the knowledge and experience to bring a compelling wrongful death claim against liable parties such as equipment manufacturers.
Compensation for the death of a family member in a construction site accident may come in part through a workers’ compensation claim. Our law firm does not process workers’ compensation claims, but we are prepared to collaborate with a workers’ compensation law firm. Our clients’ personal injury claims after construction accidents are brought against third parties such as manufacturers and subcontractors. Tapping all available sources is an important part of what we do on behalf of survivors of those killed in fatal construction accidents.
Representing Surviving Family Members
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville handles wrongful death claims on a contingency basis, meaning that we front the costs of expert testimony and collect attorney fees only if we win compensation for you.
Contact us by calling 910-779-3135 to discuss your loved one’s fatal accident at a construction site. We represent clients throughout North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia and Pennsylvania.