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Virginia Scaffolding Accident Lawyer

Attorney Drew Page Provides Expert Legal Representation for Scaffolding Accident Victims In Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, And Throughout VA

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By its nature, construction work is dangerous. Scaffolding-related work can be even more dangerous. According to OSHA, one of the leading causes of workplace deaths and nonfatal accidents are slips and falls. Furthermore, a lack of fall protection and dangerous ladder usage in general and scaffolding dangers, in particular, are three of the most frequently violated OSHA standards. If you were injured in a scaffolding accident, we are here to help. Contact Attorney Drew Page’s Virginia scaffolding accident leader so that we can investigate your case and help you recover the compensation you deserve.

The Dangers of Scaffolds and Construction Sites

There are so many ways workers can be injured on construction sites. From hazardous materials and open power lines to heavy machinery, equipment, and vehicles on work sites, workers can be struck by objects or vehicles, electrocuted, cut, crushed, or hurt in other ways while working. When it comes to scaffolding, workers can slip, fall, or sustain falling object injuries while working. Uneven or slick surfaces, worn-out scaffolding parts, poor worker training, poor worker supervision, inadequate lighting, inclement weather, and overloading of scaffolding can all lead to disastrous accidents.

Scaffolding accidents can lead to anything from minor cuts and bruises to paralysis, permanent physical incapacitation, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord damage, broken bones, nerve damage, scarring, disfigurement, and even death.

If you sustained any of these injuries or other losses in a scaffolding accident, contact the Virginia scaffolding accident lawyer with Attorney Drew Page so that we can initiate a worker’s compensation and personal injury claim on your behalf.

Compensable Damages for Workplace Accidents

Winning a fair compensation payout or insurance settlement will depend on how much evidence you have to support your claim as well as the severity of your injuries. The coverage limits of your employer’s insurance policy, when you file your claim, and professional assessments of your damages will also be used to calculate the value of your claim.

In general, if you sustained accident-related losses or damages, you can file a claim for compensation for those losses and damages using evidence to prove:

  • Medical treatment expenses
  • Lost income
  • Property damage
  • Long-term pain, suffering, or emotional trauma
  • A loss in the quality of life
  • The loss of a loved one
  • Wrongful death and funeral expenses

You must be sure to file a claim within two years of suffering an accident. If you do not do so, your filing window will close. Also, anything can happen if you wait, such as your employer going out of business or other life events that make it harder to pursue an insurance claim, so it is best to act quickly and work with a seasoned legal professional toward getting your case underway so that you can be compensated as quickly as possible.

Determining Fault for Scaffolding Accidents

Depending on how your accident occurred, a maintenance team, a parts supplier or manufacturer, another worker, your employer, a work site owner, or a work site operator may be at fault for your accident. One of the first things we will do is determine who caused your accident so that we can establish negligence and pursue compensation for you on that basis. However, keep in mind that you typically cannot sue your employer for damages unless you sustained catastrophic injuries in an accident and will instead have to work within the limits of your employer’s worker’s compensation insurance coverage.

We are here to walk you through the entire process. We have years of experience handling scaffolding accidents and personal injury cases of every type in Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and throughout Virginia, and we know how difficult it can be to fight heavily insured businesses and the legal teams of insurance companies while trying to recover and get back on your feet after an accident. We empathize with our clients and work on a one-on-one basis while striving to secure a favorable decision and the maximum compensation our clients deserve for every unique case.

Contact Attorney Drew Page’s Virginia Scaffolding Accident Lawyer Today

Gathering the evidence needed to do this while initiating a claim with the relevant insurer and quantifying your losses and meeting your filing deadlines can be difficult, particularly if you are injured or caring for an injured loved one. Our dedicated Virginia scaffolding accident lawyer can help ease your burden by taking care of every aspect of your case. It all starts with a free case consultation and evaluation, followed by an investigation into the circumstances surrounding your accident and identifying the at-fault party responsible for causing the accident. Call us today to learn more and to initiate the legal process of recovering the compensation you deserve. 

Our Virginia Scaffolding Accident Lawyer Answers Your Frequently Asked Questions

How much will legal representation for my case cost me?

We take cases on a contingency basis. Our initial case consultation and evaluation are free, during which we go through a basic review of your case to ascertain how and why your accident likely occurred and how likely – and how much – you stand to win your case. From there, we do not charge any fees and only collect if you win and we will handle your case from start to finish, including evidence gathering, insurance negotiations, document and petition filings, and courtroom representation.

How much can I win in a scaffolding accident settlement?

The personal injury legal code exists to compensate you for your losses and damages in the event of an accident caused by a negligent actor. How much you stand to win depends on how seriously you were injured and the limits of all applicable insurance policies, including your personal health coverage, your employer’s worker’s compensation plan, and any other applicable insurance. We will work with the insurers, eyewitnesses, your employer, medical professionals, and damages estimators to arrive at a fair payout figure that will cover you for all current and future accident-related losses and damages.

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