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Ontario Construction Accident Lawyers

Construction workers face significant hazards while on the job. Proper equipment and adherence to safety regulations and best practices can prevent serious injuries. Unfortunately, accidents can still occur on Ontario job sites.

If you are injured in a construction accident, you may be eligible for financial compensation. In these situations, trust the attorneys at Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP to represent your claim. Our Ontario construction accident lawyers will advocate aggressively for your right to recovery.

Why Choose Us for Your Construction Accident Case

  • Our firm has represented injured people since 1936. We have the skills, knowledge, and experience to guide you through your construction accident claim.
  • Our attorneys have a strong track record of successful settlements and verdicts. We have recovered over $5 billion on behalf of our clients.
  • We believe in open and honest communication. Our firm will work closely with you throughout your case and will be available to provide important updates and guidance.

Filing for Workers’ Compensation after a Construction Accident

Workers’ compensation insurance is mandatory for all employers in California. By offering this coverage, employees are able to obtain compensation following a workplace injury, and employers are shielded from liability in the event of an accident.

As a construction employee, you can file a workers’ compensation claim if you are injured on the job. You can pursue this claim regardless of fault or negligence and recover benefits for medical care, wage replacement, and, in some cases, long-term disability.

To pursue a workers’ compensation claim, you will need to seek emergency medical attention and notify your employer immediately. Within one working day following your report, your employer will provide you with a workers’ compensation claim form to initiate your case. After submission, the insurance company will then review your claim and issue a decision.

Filing a Lawsuit after an Ontario, CA Construction Accident.

If you were not an employee of the construction company, you are not eligible for a workers’ compensation claim. However, you could pursue a lawsuit against any negligent party responsible for your accident, such as the company, an employee, or a third party, such as a manufacturer.

If you are a construction employee, you could pursue a lawsuit under certain conditions. For example, if you are injured by a negligent third party, such as a subcontractor, you could file a claim against the subcontractor. You could also file a lawsuit against the manufacturer of defective machinery.

You could pursue a lawsuit against your employer under limited circumstances, such as the following.

  • Your employer willfully assaulted you or sanctioned an assault by another employee.
  • Your employer did not carry workers’ compensation coverage.
  • You experienced an aggravated or worsening injury due to your employer’s wrongful or fraudulent concealment.
  • Your employer made the defective product that caused your injury and someone else other than your employer provided you with the product.

Contact Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP Today

If you are injured in a construction accident, it can be difficult to know what to do next. In these situations, the lawyers at Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP can help. Our Ontario construction accident lawyers can evaluate your claim, identify your optimal path to compensation, and help guide you through the insurance or lawsuit process.

As soon as possible following your construction accident, seek medical attention and gather all records related to your injuries. Then, contact Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP to schedule a free case consultation with an Ontario construction accident lawyer.

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