The construction trade is among the most dangerous professions in North Carolina. Every year, thousands of builders and subcontractors are injured in construction site accidents throughout the state. Injuries range from back and head injuries resulting from falls and dropped equipment to loss of fingers and hands in power tool accidents.If you are a carpenter, roofer, tiler or another subcontractor who suffered an injury on the work site or in a motor vehicle accident related to a construction project in North Carolina, talk to a construction injury attorney at Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C., in Asheville. We are a team of experienced North Carolina workers’ compensation lawyers and staff with a successful record of helping thousands of injured construction workers over the past quarter century. We understand the process and will work aggressively to move your workers’ comp claim or denied claim appeal through the system as efficiently as possible.
Third-Party Construction Injury Lawsuits
Accidents on construction sites are often the result of negligence or misconduct on the part of another party, including the property owner, a product manufacturer, another employee or a subcontractor working on the project. Under North Carolina workers’ compensation laws, you are not entitled to sue your employer for additional compensation if you file for workers’ compensation benefits. However, you may still seek additional money damages from any and all ‘third parties’ found to be liable for causing your accident and injuries. Learn more at our workplace injury third-party claims page, then call one of our Asheville construction injuries lawyers.
Freddie B v. Cornerstone Properties — represented construction superintendent who sustained a severe head injury. After court decision and appeal resulted in a $1,000,000 settlement.
Reach Out To Us Today
Ganly & Ramer, P.L.L.C. in Asheville can aggressively advocate for your rights after a construction injury. All you have to do is call us at 828-348-6957 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. You will not pay attorneys’ fees or case preparation costs if you do not obtain workers’ compensation benefits.