Construction workers consistently suffer the most workplace fatalities of any occupation statewide—more than 1 in 4 job fatalities in Florida are in the construction industry, according to a study from the U.S. Department of Labor. Chaotic environments, filled with dozens of moving parts and dangerous equipment, often lead to life-altering injuries.
If you’ve been hurt in a construction accident or at a construction site, filing a claim can be difficult. Whether you were a worker or a bystander, there are various overlapping laws that dictate who is liable for your injuries. These laws are complex, applying in various situations under certain conditions—that’s why you need an experienced construction accident attorney at your side. Call Bryan Caulfield, ESQ. today for a free case consultation—dial (727) 308-6060 and ask for Bryan!
The workers’ compensation system was designed to provide workers and employers with what they wanted. For workers, they got a fast and guaranteed way to receive financial support after an injury, covering medical costs, lost wages, and more. For employers, they received the assurance that they would not be sued for every injury they were liable for.
However, what happens when the insurance company does not provide you with what you need? Filing a workers’ compensation claim is not what it used to be—nationwide, the system continues to take a beating from legislators and lobbyists, leaving workers without the compensation they deserve.
When you find that your insurance company is not providing you with the money you are entitled to a Clearwater construction accident attorney. His experience in workers’ compensation claims and injury cases has given him the skill and reputation need to get results. He has been recognized by peers, colleagues, clients, and even his opponents for his ability to resolve complex cases effectively.
Ultimately, these awards are a result of Bryan Caulfield’s experience and skill in his practice. He has been protecting injured clients in construction accidents for more than 25 years, and has handled more than 4,800 injury cases from beginning to end. He is a seasoned veteran of personal injury law, with an unparalleled understanding of how to make the legal process work for his clients.
If you need an effective advocate with a history of success, contact Bryan Caulfield. He is ready to hear about your construction accident injury claim.