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Houston Construction Accident Lawyer

Legally Reviewed By: Jud Waltman

Have you recently suffered injuries while working on a construction site in Houston, Texas? Call The Lanier Law Firm. You may have the right to receive compensation to cover the costs of your medical treatment, loss of income, and disability. However, insurance companies and at-fault parties will try to stand between you and the money you deserve. Our experienced Houston construction accident lawyers can help you make the most of your fight for compensation.

Since 1990, The Lanier Law Firm has been fighting for injured construction workers and devastated families in Houston. We’re award-winning, Board Certified trial attorneys with a proven ability to take on tough cases and win big for clients like you.

Our results speak volumes—with tens of billions in settlement and jury awards recovered.

Don’t settle for a penny less than your construction injury claim is worth. Put our highly respected litigators in your corner. We offer a free, no-obligation case assessment, so contact our Houston, Texas, law office today.

How The Lanier Law Firm Can Help After a Construction Accident in Houston, TX

What caused your construction accident? Who’s at fault? Does workers’ compensation cover your accident? Can you sue your employer for your injuries? How can you know if a settlement offer is fair?

These aren’t questions you should have to deal with after a life-changing construction accident. You need time to focus on your physical recovery, figure out how to get back to work, and cope with the trauma of your catastrophic injuries. 

Fortunately, you can take all the time you need by enlisting the help of our experienced Houston personal injury lawyers.

At The Lanier Law Firm, we know a construction accident can instantly change your life. Whether the consequences are temporary or permanent, the financial costs and burdens can be overwhelming. We’re here to help you fight to max out your workers’ compensation benefits and secure a substantial monetary award from a negligent or otherwise liable party. 

When you hire our law firm, you make it clear to insurance companies, employers, and corporations that you won’t settle for less than your construction accident case is worth.

Our team will handle every aspect of litigation, including the following:

  • Conduct a thorough investigation into your construction accident
  • Identify potential OSHA safety violations that could have contributed to your accident
  • Analyze accident reports, equipment maintenance records, witness statements, photographs, medical records, and other evidence related to your case
  • Enlist the help of highly-qualified and respected construction industry specialists, medical professionals, and other experts
  • Identify all potential options for financial recovery, including workers’ compensation benefits and damages in a third-party lawsuit
  • Negotiate with defendants to secure a top-dollar settlement or benefits package on your behalf
  • Represent you at trial and during appellate hearings, if necessary


You have one opportunity to recover compensation after your construction site accident. Let our construction accident attorneys in Houston help you make the most of it. Our law firm offers a free consultation, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to schedule a time to discuss the details of your case today.

Common Types of Construction Accidents in Houston

When starting a job in construction, workers understand that accidents come with the territory and are hazards of their profession. Some types of construction accidents commonly seen in Houston include:

Scaffolding Injuries

Scaffolding injuries come in many forms and can result from disastrous accidents like:

  • A worker falling off scaffolding
  • Being hit by falling objects
  • Accidental electrocution injuries
  • Being involved in a scaffolding collapse


Scaffolding is a temporary structure typically set up on multiple levels around a construction site to allow workers access to higher points on the exterior of a
building.
 
Even though scaffolding intends to elevate and support workers on a construction site, poorly constructed guardrails, faulty harnesses, or an unstable structural design can still lead to scaffolding falls and serious injuries.

Since scaffolding encompasses multiple levels, workers can accidentally drop objects off their structure and injure workers on lower levels.