Denver Roadway Construction Worker Accident Attorney

Denver Roadway Construction Worker Accident Lawyer

Construction zones are dangerous places for construction workers. If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence while working in a construction zone, our Denver roadway construction worker accident lawyer can help. Contact Front Range Injury Attorneys for a free case review of your accident injuries. 

Every year hundreds of construction workers suffer serious or fatal injuries due to dangerous work conditions, car accidents, defective products and unsafe practices. If you’ve been injured working in a road construction site, you may be entitled to recover damages. You need experienced Denver roadway construction worker accident lawyers to help you recover for your injuries and damages. Contact our Denver law office to learn more about how we can help you.

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    Why Choose Front Range Injury Attorneys?

    At Front Range Injury Attorneys we care about helping our clients throughout their cases. We believe clients are best served when our Denver personal injury attorneys participate in their cases from start to finish. We help our clients get the best treatment for their injuries. By building up your case from the beginning, we build a strong case to get the best results.

    No Fee Unless You Win

    Our Denver law firm represents clients on a contingency fee basis. That means you don't pay us until we recover on your case.

    Expertise with road construction worker accident injuries

    Our Denver roadway construction worker accident lawyers understand your injuries and how to tell your story to the insurance company or a jury.

    Communication is important to us

    We maintain communication with you through your case. We want you to know what's going on with your case and the work we're doing for you.

    How we can help you

    Watch this video to see managing attorney Adam Kielich discuss roadway construction worker accident claims and how our law office can help you recover for your losses.

    Contact our office to discuss your Colorado roadway construction worker accident injury case. We offer free case reviews for injury and accident cases across the state. 

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    Road construction workers in Colorado

    Why you need a roadway construction worker accident lawyer

    Road construction work is extremely hazardous. When workers suffer injuries in construction zones, often there are several parties involved who may or may not be responsible for your injuries. In many cases, those parties will point the finger at each other and leave you to figure out who’s really at fault. If you don’t take the right steps at the right time, you can seriously hurt your ability to recover compensation for your accident injuries. An experienced Denver roadway construction worker accident lawyer can take the burden of figuring out the legal and insurance issues off your shoulders so you can focus on taking care of your injuries. Our accident attorneys help clients in construction accidents get the medical treatment they need and the compensation they deserve.

    Roadway construction worker accident statistics

    According to national studies, more than 120 workers die each year in road construction sites. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Federal Highway Administration, these largely preventable fatalities and injuries primarily occur due to three reasons:

    • Runovers or backovers: Almost half of all worker fatalities in roadway work zones involve workers run over or backed over by vehicles or equipment. Construction vehicles are more likely to cause fatal vehicle collisions with workers.
    • Vehicle or equipment collisions: Crashes involving vehicles or mobile equipment and workers is the second leading cause of worker fatalities in road construction zones.
    • Trapped between or struck by objects: The third leading cause of fatalities is workers crushed or struck by non-vehicle objects or construction equipment.

    Colorado work zone fatalities

    Colorado has a large number of roadway construction projects every year due in part to winter weather damage and a growing population. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, 23 public employees have been killed in accidents since 1939. Five of the fatalities occurred within the past five years. These figures do not account for private company fatalities. According to CDOT, the rate of injuries and fatalities to road construction workers is on the rise.

    What are your legal options after a Colorado roadway construction site injury?

    Workers injured in construction work sites may have one or more claims to pursue for injuries and damages. In most cases, you are entitled to worker’s compensation for your injuries, regardless of liability. Depending upon the circumstances, you may have additional claims to pursue against third parties. These may include:

    • Negligent drivers
    • Drunk drivers
    • Distracted drivers
    • Truck drivers
    • Government agencies
    • Contractors or subcontractors
    • Equipment manufacturers
    • Safety equipment manufacturers
    • Heavy equipment operators

    In third party claims, other forms of compensation may be available from workers’ compensation. Your damages may include medical bills, lost wages, lost future earnings, pain and suffering, emotional distress and mental anguish. Our Denver roadway construction accident attorneys will investigate your case to determine the legal options in your case and pursue maximum compensation.

    Contact our Denver lawyers today

    If you suffered injuries in a roadway construction accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical bills and other damages. You need an experienced Denver roadway construction worker accident lawyer to help you navigate these complex cases. We can help you pursue the compensation you deserve. Contact Front Range Injury Attorneys for your free case review.

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