At the law firm of Arena & Associates, we understand that construction can be a very dangerous occupation. From the materials these professionals work with to other people working on the job site to the way employers manage the process, hazards can pop up at any point. When they do, the results can be tragic.
Construction accidents can take one or both of the following paths:
- The workers’ compensation path. This is the most common path. In these cases, we pursue compensation from the employer involved. Depending on the severity of the situation, we may seek temporary disability benefits, permanent disability benefits or medical benefits. With our extensive experience, our attorneys understand the steps that need to be taken to see that you get the financial support you need to maintain your quality of life.
- The personal injury path. At most construction sites, success is the result of a number of factors working together. Some of those factors, such as the equipment being used or other subcontractors working on the same job, are the responsibilities of outside parties. If one of these is the cause of a construction worker being injured on the job, we will pursue action against them. Our product liability team can stand up to manufacturers of defective equipment, such as scaffolds or ladders. We can take on other companies with employees acting negligently and causing accidents. You can count on us.
Whether your case involves a falling accident, being hit by a falling piece of construction material or any other type of construction accident, our law firm can help. For over 20 years, Tony Arena has stood up for the rights of workers in Nashville and throughout Middle Tennessee. We are ready to put our reputation for excellence to work for you.
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We represent all people who have been injured on the job on a contingency basis. You pay nothing unless we win.
Our friends and partners at Baiz Law (http://www.baizlaw.com/practice-areas/medical-malpractice/spinal-cord-injuries) – have over 25+ years of combined experience with spinal and back injury lawsuits, and will assist throughout the process.