Trusted Counsel from Construction Accident Attorneys in San Jose
Put our decades of experience to work for you
Construction sites are dangerous. Heavy machinery, toxic substances, falling objects and exposed wiring pose risks to workers and passersby. The experienced attorneys at Needham Kepner & Fish help people throughout the Bay Area who have suffered serious injuries in construction accidents. Our attorneys have decades of experience handling a wide range of personal injury and wrongful death cases. We have the background and the resources to fight for compensation for you after a construction accident.
Helping construction accident victims in San Jose, San Francisco and Sacramento
Workers compensation benefits are often the only available remedy for a construction site injury. But when parties other than the employer are at least partially responsible for the accident, our personal injury attorneys pursue a lawsuit against those negligent parties. Such a claim might arise, for example, when a supplier’s delivery vehicle causes injuries on the construction site. A premises liability suit might also be an option, if there was a hazard at the site and the property owner failed to fix it or provide a warning.
Defective products are another common cause of construction site injuries. These include faulty tools, machinery that fails to shut off, and slippery materials that cause slip and falls. Additionally, toxic chemicals that lack adequate warnings can cause illness and injuries. If our investigation reveals that a defective product contributed to your injury, you can pursue recovery from the manufacturer or distributor. Workers comp would not bar these lawsuits.
Retain experienced counsel after a construction injury
If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction accident, consult our experienced attorneys as soon as possible so we can begin investigating. To schedule a free consultation, contact Needham Kepner & Fish today. Our lawyers are available for weekend and evening meetings. We handle injury cases on a contingent fee basis, which means that you pay us nothing unless you recover compensation.