Your Texas Personal Injury Lawyers For Ladder and Scaffolding Accidents
Our experienced attorneys can help you get paid for your injuries
If you were injured in a fall due to a ladder or scaffolding accident, our Texas personal injury lawyers can get you full compensation through aggressive and effective representation. Tracey Fox King & Walters is an award-winning law firm known for getting personal injury victims big results. Learn how an experienced Texas personal injury attorney can help you. Contact us today for your free case evaluation. We have offices in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio.
Anytime you’re high above the ground on a ladder or scaffolding, you’re at risk of getting seriously injured or killed in a fall. Every year, thousands of people across the country are sent to the emergency room due to falls from ladders and scaffolding. Hundreds of others are tragically killed.
Whether you were on the job site and suffered construction accident injuries due to collapsed scaffolding, got hurt by falling off a platform, or sustained severe injuries in a ladder accident, it’s important to protect your rights and know your legal options. Our dedicated legal team can meet with you, answer your questions, discuss your options, and help you figure out the best way to move your claim forward.
What type of ladder or scaffolding accident injury do you have?
Our Texas personal injury lawyers realize falling from high off a ladder, scaffolding or platform can have devastating consequences. Some of the most common ladder and scaffolding accident injuries our law firm helps with are:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
- Head Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Fractured and Broken Bones
- Neck and Back Injuries
- Muscle Tears
- Electrocution (from an aluminum ladder coming in contact with power lines)
If you’ve been injured in a ladder or scaffolding accident because of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation for:
- All your medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Replacement services
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages
The best way to know how much your claim might be worth is to schedule a free consultation with our Texas personal injury attorneys. Act fast to protect your rights.
What is the most common cause of ladder and scaffolding accidents?
Defective or broken parts cause a lot of ladder and scaffolding accidents and force thousands of people to suffer serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Negligence by other people also plays a large role. Whether you’re a construction worker, roofer, painter, carpenter, window washer or working at home, even a short fall off a ladder, scaffolding or platform can cause significant damage. Some of the most common causes of ladder and scaffolding accidents include:
- Damaged or worn out parts
- Incorrect assembly or placement
- Using the wrong size ladder or scaffolding
- Falling due to slippery or cluttered surfaces
- Negligence of unqualified or inexperienced workers
- Lack of appropriate supervision on the job site
- Not following OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations
Maybe you were injured due to unsafe work conditions. It could be that an irresponsible company manufactured a faulty or defective piece of equipment. Or you might have gotten hurt due to the reckless actions of another person. If you’ve been injured in a ladder or scaffolding accident that wasn’t your fault, act quickly. The sooner you contact our law firm, the sooner we can get started on your case and help you get the compensation you’re entitled to.
Let a Texas personal injury lawyer help you
After you’ve been injured in a ladder or scaffolding accident, it might feel like you need to move mountains just to get the compensation you’re entitled to. Whether you’re starting from square one or you’ve been having a hard time for a while now, our dedicated legal team can be your voice for justice and get you maximum compensation.
Discover what an experienced Texas personal injury attorney can do for you. Contact us today for your free case evaluation.