Attorneys for Victims of Construction Site Accidents

If you have been injured in a construction site accident and your injury was caused by someone other than a co-worker, you may be entitled to additional compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. If your injury was caused by someone other than a co-worker, you may also be entitled to additional compensation though a personal injury lawsuit.

At McKnight and McKnight Law, APC in Bakersfield, California, we aggressively represent construction workers and other people who have been injured on construction sites by third parties. Our lawyers understand the law, the complexities of such cases, and how to obtain results for our clients in settlement negotiation and at trial.

For a free consultation about a construction accident case, call us today at 661-578-5669.

Experienced Third-Party Claim Lawyers

Construction sites often involve multiple contractors who work on the same project. Such sites also involve the use of heavy equipment, such as cranes, construction vehicles and heavy equipment that can cause serious injuries. The potential for third-party claims is high in construction site accidents.

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

If the accident was caused by a third party — such as a contractor who works for a different employer, the property owner or the manufacturer of a piece of equipment — you can sue the third party. Unlike workers' compensation, which provides benefits only for medical costs and a portion of your wage loss, a third-party claim can enable you to obtain compensation for all losses such as pain and suffering.

Depending on the circumstances of your case, the third-party claim can therefore provide significantly more compensation than you would receive from the workers' compensation system alone.

Our lawyers are thorough in their approach and aggressively represent every client in third party cases.

Let Our Family Help Your Family

To discuss your case with our injury attorneys, call 661-578-5669 or fill out the contact form on this website.