Fayetteville Construction Accident Lawyer

Construction Injury Attorneys

Our Fayetteville construction accident attorneys can help you get maximum compensation.

If you were injured while working construction, you deserve justice. Riddle & Brantley’s experienced construction accident attorneys are standing by, ready to help you get the compensation you deserve.

If you’ve suffered from a construction accident, give Riddle & Brantley’s experienced attorneys a call at 1-800-525-7111. An experienced North Carolina construction accident injury attorney can provide a FREE case review. You never pay any attorney fees unless we successfully secure compensation for your injuries.

Don’t wait — call 1-800-525-7111 today and let’s see how we can help.

Workers’ Compensation for Construction Accident Injuries

If you’ve been injured at a construction site while on the job, you may also qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Our workers’ comp lawyers can help with these claims, as well.

Applying for workers’ compensation benefits can be stressful, on top of everything else you have on your plate following a workplace injury. You are not required to hire a lawyer to receive workers’ compensation, but having an experienced attorney on your side can be helpful.

Riddle & Brantley’s construction accident lawyers can handle all aspects of your claim, and we will work diligently to make sure nothing falls through the cracks.

What Your Construction Accident Lawyer Can Do

Following a construction accident injury, one of your first steps toward receiving compensation will be filing the claim. Our construction accident attorneys can help you with:

  • Calculating the damages you are owed
  • Collecting supporting evidence
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Securing video evidence
  • Locating and receiving medical care
  • Filing a lawsuit if necessary
  • Conducting depositions
  • Negotiating on your behalf
  • Representing you in court
  • Ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve

If you have a loved one who experienced a tragic accident resulting in death, our wrongful death attorneys are ready to help. 

“Can a Construction Accident Lawyer Help?”

With more than 220 years of combined legal experience and more than $700 million won for our client, Riddle & Brantley’s construction accident attorneys have the skill necessary to help you navigate all of your options.

Here are highlights from a few claims Riddle & Brantley Lawyers successfully resolved:

  • A tractor-trailer accident in a construction zone – Riddle & Brantley attorneys Gene Riddle and Adam Smith successfully won $2.75 million for the client, who was severely injured by a tractor-trailer while working in a construction zone.
  • A welder fell and sustained a severe head injury – Riddle & Brantley construction accident attorneys Gene Riddle and Christopher Brantley worked to secure $2.475 million for their client, who suffered a disabling head injury following a fall from a platform on a construction site. Our attorneys were able to help this client’s family navigate guardianship following the accident along with fighting for financial compensation. All his medical bills were paid for, along with weekly compensation payments.
  • A truck driver suffered a head-on collision with a dump truck – Our client received 8 million in compensation following a tragic and debilitating injury suffered on the job. Unfortunately, this individual’s injuries eventually led to the loss of his left leg below the knee. Riddle & Brantley attorney Gene Riddle fought for medical bill payment along with additional compensation due to the disabling nature of his injury. 

Statute of Limitations for Construction Accidents in NC

Following an injury, you will likely have a lot on your plate. In North Carolina, it is important that you file your construction accident injury claim in a timely manner. The statute of limitations for injury claims is three years in North Carolina. That means that your claim must be filed within three years of the date of the injury (or two years in wrongful death cases). Negotiations and litigation may take longer, but the initial filing must happen before the two-year statute of limitations runs out.

Give us a call today at 1-800-525-7111 for a FREE case review with an experienced construction accident lawyer. If you decided to work with us, we will make sure that all necessary paperwork is filed on your behalf before the statute of limitations for your case runs out.

Types of Construction Accidents 

Construction sites can be dangerous places. Common construction injuries include:

  • Falls off of ladders, scaffolding, or from heights
  • Injury from falling objects
  • Slipping or tripping
  • Injuries from fires or explosions
  • Electrocutions
  • Crush injuries
  • Crane and forklift accidents
  • Vehicle strikes and collisions
  • Machinery or equipment-related injury

Unfortunately, workplace injuries happen all too often in North Carolina. In 2021 alone, 179 workers died as a result of workplace injuries and 67,700 sustained nonfatal injuries and illnesses.

Call a Construction Injury Lawyer Today

Whatever caused your injury, if you were harmed on the job our construction accident attorneys are here to help. There are no upfront costs and you pay no attorney fees unless we win and you receive compensation. Call 1-800-525-7111 today for a FREE, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced lawyers.