Helping People Injured At Construction Sites
Have you suffered an injury at your work site? Was a construction accident caused by your employer's failure to fix or maintain equipment or machinery you were required to use? Did unsafe practices on a construction site lead to an injury of a worker or a passerby?
Following an accident caused by negligence at a construction site, you may find it very difficult to receive the compensation and medical benefits to which you are entitled. Your employer may claim that you are not entitled to workers' compensation benefits because you are an independent contractor. Your own insurance company may deny your claim saying you are an employee.
Aggressively Pursuing Claims On Behalf Of Injury Victims In Arkansas
At the Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A., I have 19 years of experience as a lawyer helping people who have been seriously injured. I know how to help you with your personal injury or workers' compensation claim, whichever is the most appropriate for your circumstances.
"Jason has handled two workmans comp cases for me and he's gotten me every penny that I deserved never failed to contact me. He is one of the nicest and prompt attorneys that I've ever met in my life." — As submitted to yellowpages.com
Common types of work-related injuries on construction sites include:
- Broken bones or back or neck injuries after falling off scaffolding or a collision with a work truck
- Amputations due to defective machinery or equipment
- Brain injuries from a slip-and-fall accident or a falling object
- Wrongful deaths
Experienced. Dedicated. Compassionate.
When you or a loved one is seriously injured, call the Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A., at 479-527-3921 or send me an email. From my office in Fayetteville, I help clients throughout Northwest Arkansas, including Bentonville, Rogers and Springdale.