Collapse of Walls, Columns, or Roofs
Transforming blueprints into buildings is dangerous work. And when safety regulations designed to protect workers aren’t followed, structural collapses can happen on construction sites. If you’ve been injured in a wall, column, or roof collapse on a construction site, Fields Law Firm can answer your questions and help you pursue your claim.
As one of the largest and most respected work injury law firms in Minnesota, we handle a variety of cases – large and small. We know your situation is unique, and we’re here to listen to your situation. Talk to us about your claim anytime. Just dial 1-888-343-5375 or fill out a free contact request form.
Client Success Story
While performing general labor for a town home association, a man was tasked with climbing onto a deck to remove a bees’ nest. When he pulled onto a railing attached to the deck, the railing pulled away from the deck structure and the man fell 13 feet to the ground. He shattered his right femur.
He had to undergo surgery to repair the femur, but was still left with significant pain. He turned to Fields Law Firm for help after his employer and their workers’ compensation insurer denied responsibility for his lost wages and medical bills. Since the man had no health insurance, he was very concerned about being responsible for his growing medical bills.
Fields Law Firm filed a claim for wage loss and medical benefits. We were able to secure a settlement for the man. As part of the settlement agreement, the workers’ compensation insurer agreed to take care of all the medical bills associated with the man’s broken leg.
Construction Collapse Injury Attorneys
Construction workers like you deserve a safe work environment. But unsafe job sites can cause a variety of structural hazards, such as collapsing:
Injuries from collapses like these are often serious, and they can affect your ability to work in the future. We know getting the compensation you need can be a confusing process, and we’re here to help you navigate the claims process. Even if you don’t become our client, our Minnesota Construction Accident Lawyers answer your questions and help you understand your legal options. Contact Fields Law to get the legal help you need.