Any employer is responsible for the safety of his employees. This includes providing a safe work environment, equipment that’s up to standard and supervision to ensure that no employee behaves recklessly. On a construction site, responsibility is even more important due to the heavy machinery and dangerous work. Hinkle Law Offices, P.C. can help if you or a loved one has been injured due to a construction company’s negligence.
A Construction Company’s Responsibility
Construction sites are filled with dangerous objects—heavy machinery, industrial chemicals, sharp tools—and the company responsible for the site has to ensure that every possible precaution is taken. If a construction company is negligent, people get hurt. And those people may not even be employees; pedestrians can be injured by falling objects, vehicles can be damaged by heavy machinery, causing car accidents.
If a construction company isn’t posting adequate notice about work zones, not providing the right safety equipment for their employees and doesn’t have proper supervision, they’re being negligent and putting you and your loved ones at risk.
If You or a Loved One Have Been Injured
Whether you’re an employee of the construction company or were simply injured in an accident that could’ve been prevented, you shouldn’t have to pay the price for your medical care. And when injuries caused by a construction company’s negligence impact your ability to earn a living, you shouldn’t have to pay for that, either.
Hinkle Law Offices, P.C. will go to work for you, proving negligence was responsible for your injuries and getting you the compensation you deserve. Contact us today and schedule a free initial consultation!