Constructions sites are dangerous places. Accidents happen even when all of the necessary safety measures are in place. When you experience a significant injury at a construction site, you need a Jacksonville construction accident lawyer that understands both construction law and personal injury law. Barry Ansbacher, the principal attorney at Ansbacher Law, is board certified by the Florida Bar in construction law. His training and experience are especially useful when assisting the victim of a construction accident. Barry Ansbacher’s expertise in construction law gives him an in-depth understanding of the personal, professional, and structural dynamics happening on a construction site. For quality legal representation throughout your Florida construction accident case, contact Ansbacher Law today.
Construction Accident Attorneys in Jacksonville, Florida
At Ansbacher Law, we have over 30 years of experience representing clients who have been seriously injured in an accident. Construction sites are often, unfortunately, the source of many tragic accidents. When these accidents happen, it is important to have strong legal representation to help you navigate the claims process. Ansbacher Law is committed to helping you recover the compensation you are entitled to for the physical, emotional, and financial burdens that you may suffer as a result of the accident. Some of the common construction accidents for which we help our clients receive compensation include:
- Scaffolding accidents
- Ladder accidents
- Crane accidents
- Forklift accidents
- Dangerous machinery and equipment
- Exposure to hazardous chemicals
- Ladder accidents
- Work-related automobile accidents
- Back injuries
Workers’ Compensation Laws in Florida
When someone is injured at a construction site in the course of their employment worker’s compensation typically pays for the medical care and any resulting losses due to the injury. Ansbacher Law assists injured workers in filing workers’ compensation claims and obtaining full compensation. In addition, an injured worker may be entitled to bring a personal injury claim if someone other than the employer, often referred to as a third party, is responsible for the accident leading to the injury. To assure fair compensation for a construction-related injury you need to evaluate your rights under Florida’s workers’ compensation laws and Florida personal injury law. If you choose to file a workers’ compensation claim, be sure to do so no later than 2 years from the date of the accident, or you may be barred from taking legal action.
Contact a Jacksonville Construction Accident Attorney
If you are injured on a construction site and want to learn more about your rights please contact the experienced Orange Park accident attorneys at Ansbacher Law for a free consultation. We will let you know how we can help and will not charge you a dime unless we win your case. Workers’ compensation and personal injury clients are not charged any fees or costs unless we recover money for you from the responsible party. We can help whether you have a workers’ compensation claim, personal injury claim, or both. Contact Ansbacher Law today to discuss your situation.