Construction Site Accidents

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Serious accidents can happen on construction sites. Many of these construction site accidents are caused by the negligence of people other than the injured worker. Some work injuries occur because a contractor or subcontractor violated safety rules.

If you or a loved one have been hurt on a construction site, talk to us about what compensation you may be entitled to. At the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd in Amarillo and Lubbock, we have been handling work injury cases for more than two decades. We can give you practical advice regarding your construction site accident case.

OSHA safety violations and company negligence result in fair compensation for the injured

At the law firm of Attorney Dean Boyd, we protect the rights of workers and file insurance claims to obtain full and fair compensation for them and their families.

Dean Boyd represents clients in cases involving Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations related to improper safety harnesses, improper fencing, bad scaffolding and more. Our law firm handles cases involving crane breakage, falling objects and collapsing walls, workers who fall from heights, and workers who trip on pipes, wires or other materials at a construction site. Workers who are struck by motor vehicles on a job site, and workers’ compensation claims, as well as third-party product liability claims, are also cases Dean Boyd can represent you for.

Contact the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd today for a free consultation

Talk to an Amarillo or Lubbock lawyer for construction site accidents. Our law firm can provide the guidance you need. Once Attorney Dean Boyd represents you, he is only putting your interests first, not the insurance companies. Contact us today for a free consultation. Give us a call at (806) 242-3333 or Contact Us via email. You can also stop by in person at 4423 SW 45th Ave in Amarillo, Texas or 10623 Quaker Ave #102 in Lubbock, Texas.


Many employers believe safety comes first and also must follow strict regulations when it comes to working in construction. However, even with aloof the precautions, construction workers aren’t 100% safe from injuries on the job. If you have been hurt, the first thing you should do is treat the injury or go to the hospital depending on the severity of the injury. After treatment, inform your employer about the accident and injury. Make a detailed statement so that it can be used later if necessary.

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