There are many different injuries that can result from a car accident. Serious injuries might become permanent and result in physical disability. If you are a victim in a motor vehicle accident, you may suffer property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, cost for medical treatment, and losses as a result of disability.
Construction jobs involve subcontractors or vendors. There are often many other persons on a job site, operating heavy machinery or even driving trucks. Additionally, other persons who aren’t even on the job site also may also play a role in on-the-job injuries. These persons may include architects, engineers, and suppliers. If you are injured due to the negligence of one of those persons, you may have a claim for damages against not only that individual, but also that person’s employer.
Construction jobs can be very dangerous. Most construction jobs involve heavy machinery, working at heights on scaffolding or below ground in trenches, using potentially dangerous tools and equipment. Even while surrounded by all of these hazards, you still have the right to expect that your workplace will be reasonably safe and that you’ll be protected from unnecessary risks and injuries by your employer.
A slip and fall accident can occur anywhere. Property owners do need to be careful in keeping their property maintained and in good order. A property or business owner may be liable for your slip or trip and fall injuries if he did not act reasonably to maintain the property and fix potentially hazardous situations that caused your accident.
Premises liability applies when a party is injured on someone’s property, and the property owner was negligent, and as a result and accident occurred. Negligence means that the property owner failed to use reasonable care in connection with the property.