While construction workers should always work in a safe environment, accidents occur for a variety of reasons, including: falling from a roof, ladder or other heights, tripping over tools and equipment or other construction materials not properly secured, and negligent procedures.
As a professional and responsible construction worker, you know the dangers of the work are at part of every day. That is why you take precautions, wear proper safety equipment and do everything according to the rules. Even after all of these, unfortunately, you can still find yourself in a dangerous situations resulting in various injuries.
An individual injured by a dog has the right to sue the animal’s owner for financial, physical, and emotional damage as long as the individual was not provoking the animal. If you or someone you know has suffered from a dog bite, you may be entitled to reimbursement for your injuries. A dog bite accident lawyer at Tacoma Injury Law Group can represent you in your dog bite case.
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You may benefit from the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney to recover financial compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other accident-related expenses you have suffered.
The Washington State wrongful death statute creates a cause of action that allows recovery when a wrongful act or conduct of a person or entity causes someone’s death. It is important to note that only certain people may bring a claim, and this is determined by their relationship with the deceased person. Additionally, there is a time limit in which you may bring a claim. Losing a loved one is difficult enough, but we are here to help you if you believe your loved one’s death may have been caused by the negligence of someone. Call us at 253-472-8566 for a free consultation.
Our practice is focused on representing injured workers, and victims of personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, dog bites and families of wrongful death victims.
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