Will Beckum is an experienced Alabama Construction Accident attorney who has handled numerous claims and lawsuits for construction related injuries. Every construction site has hazards that require contractors and subcontractors to take serious responsibility for the safety of their employees. A company’s failure to ensure that proper safety procedures are followed or failure to provide appropriate equipment can result in catastrophic injuries in this naturally dangerous environment.
As a responsible construction worker, you take steps every day to perform your work in a safe and effective manner. However, there are times when injuries occur in the workplace through no fault of your own. When you are injured in a construction related accident, it is important to retain an experienced construction accident attorney quickly to guide you through the legal process and maximize any funds available for your recovery.
In Alabama, worker’s compensation claims are the primary way an injured employee can pursue funds to related to on the job injuries. As these types of injuries are often very serious, worker’s compensation claims may not adequately address all of your injuries. However, when there has been an injury that may have been caused by a third-party’s negligence or a defective product, there may be additional claims you can bring in Court. An experienced Alabama Construction Accident lawyer can be critical to properly asserting these claims.
Will Beckum has nearly fifteen years of experience as an attorney working with construction related lawsuits. He has worked on lawsuits all across the country on nearly every type of construction related accident: from severe falls resulting in death or traumatic brain injuries to electrical and burn injuries. His technical background as an engineer is critical to understanding the legal responsibilities of the various parties that may have contributed to your injuries so that you can hold each and every party accountable.
Common construction site accidents include injuries resulting from:
- Falls from roofs, ladders and scaffolding;
- Electrical shocks and burns;
- Chemical spills;
- Explosions and blasting related incidents;
- Crane and heavy equipment injuries;
- Falling materials, such as rock or brick;
- Severe wounds and laceration related injuries;
- Inhalation of hazardous materials;
Regardless of the exact type of construction accident you have suffered, when you retain our services, you will work directly with attorney Will Beckum. Mr. Beckum has over fourteen years as an attorney handling all types of construction law matters, from negotiating with insurance companies, contractors and subcontractors, to filing and litigating lawsuits in State and Federal Courts across the country. For additional information about Will Beckum or the Beckum Law firm, please contact us at 205-588-0699.