Alabama Construction Accident Lawyer
Fighting for those injured in construction accidents in Eufaula, Union Springs, Clayton
Construction Site Accidents
We handle all types of construction accident cases involving trucks, rigs, heavy equipment, dangerous conditions on construction sites, unsafe working environment, and accidents caused by negligence, improper supervision or training.
Our skilled team of personal injury attorneys can help you seek maximum financial compensation for your injury or loss. You will never incur any legal fees until we obtain a financial settlement or jury award on your personal injury claim or lawsuit. Penn and Seaborn has proven over the years that we can be trusted with even the most complex of litigation. We have been successful in recovering substantial settlements on behalf of our clients and have demonstrated our commitment to the injured of Alabama.
We represent people throughout Alabama who have been seriously injured or killed by the negligent, reckless or intentional actions of others. We understand the physical, emotional and financial hardships that our clients face.
Time is of the essence. If you have been injured, or your loved one has died as the result of another’s careless conduct, don’t wait, contact us today for a complimentary case review.
Construction Site Accident Lawsuit Verdicts and Settlements
On-the-job construction site injuries are often some of the most serious injuries, and Penn and Seaborn has had tremendous success in achieving results for damages from on-the-job injuries such as:
Penn and Seaborn received $2.5 million verdict in Montgomery, Alabama for a plumber apprentice who was injured by a backhoe while working in a trench. The man developed a chronic pain disorder after he suffered an amputated toe in the accident.
Penn and Seaborn received a $1.8 million verdict for a worker in Union Springs, Alabama who suffered broken ankles when the scaffolding he was standing on at a construction site gave way and he was thrown to the ground.
Penn and Seaborn received a $6.3 million dollar settlement for a worker from Eufaula, Alabama who was involved in an accident where the victim was electrocuted because a third party company did not properly ground the construction equipment.
Accidents at work happen frequently, and if you feel that your accident during work hours might be someone else’s fault, we can help you determine if you have a case.
Our Construction Accident Attorneys Get Results
We believe that every case is an important one and that every client deserves personal attention, compassion and an attorney who will fight for your rights. No matter the extent of the injuries or the type of accident that you have been injured in, do not hesitate to get the involvement of an Alabama personal injury attorney from our firm. Contact us today.
Recent Construction Accident News
Myron Penn of Penn & Seaborn filed the suit on behalf of David Lee and Shania Renee Mahone, children of victim David Lee White, in Montgomery County today. The defendants are listed as the R.R. Dawson Bridge Co. and Miller Formless Systems.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the two workers killed in an industrial accident at the Montgomery Outer Loop Project near the Waugh exit off Interstate 85 on Wednesday.