It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to tell you that Texas construction site accidents can cause debilitating injuries. Unfortunately, if you are an injured Crossland Construction worker, it may take a brain surgeon to put your life back together.
Here are just a few conditions that can cause construction employees to lose their ability to work:
- Brain injuries such concussions, traumatic brain injuries or paralyzing spinal cord injuries
- Bodily injury caused by faulty equipment or lack of regular maintenance
- Microfractures in the hands, fingers, feet and shoulders
- Back injuries such as disc degeneration, broken backs or repetitive lifting injuries
- Amputation or crushing of fingers, feet, arms or whole limbs
- Burn injuries due to explosions, electrocution, chemical spills or smoke inhalation
- Loss of sensation such as deafness, blindness, or permanent nerve damage in the extremities
- Work environment injuries due to toxic exposure to chemicals, toxins or other poisonous material
Our Crossland Construction injury attorneys know that construction workers have threefold difficulties when they experience a work injury in Texas. First, they must suffer a painful stay in a hospital, undergoing surgical procedures and a lengthy physical recovery. Next, they will incur significant medical costs as a result of their injuries. Finally, they will likely be unable to return to work, suffering a loss of earning capacity that may result in an inability to provide for their families.
Fortunately, the experienced Texas injury attorneys at VB Attorneys can get you the compensation you need to recover—without adding to your overwhelming costs. Let us advise you on your legal rights in your FREE consultation: call us today at (877) 724-7800 or submit the contact form above.
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