Alaska Construction Injury Attorney
Construction sites can be extremely dangerous places.
If you’ve been injured on a construction site, whether as a construction worker or someone passing through the area, you know this firsthand.
Unfortunately, many construction site owners and managers try to cut corners regarding safety in order to preserve profits and keep the project moving along.
When this happens, people like you suffer as a result.
When you have been injured in an accident, you’re dealing with immense difficulties. The injuries may keep you from going back to work, which prevents you from earning a living and supporting yourself. Meanwhile, medical bills from treating your injuries may be piling up. The injuries may also be painful, keeping you doing the activities you once loved and fully enjoying life.
Your life is not the same after the accident, and you may not know where to turn to make things right.
We’re here to help. We’ll make sure that your rights are protected, that your voice is heard, and that you find peace of mind.
Our firm’s personal injury attorneys have extensive experience helping Alaska construction workers and citizens get back to normal after a construction site accident. We’ve been practicing in Fairbanks for nearly thirty years. We understand Alaska law, and we know how to properly pursue your case. Our firm wants to hear from you if you’ve been in an accident involving:
- A fall from great heights
- An accident involving a crane, forklift or other machinery
- An incident involving site debris
- Falling objects
- Scaffolding accidents
These are just a few of the types of cases we’ve handled successfully in the past. We’ve worked with nearly every type of union and non-union construction workers, including carpenters, masons, crane operators, laborers, iron workers, metal workers, roofers, painters, and others.
Injured in a construction accident? Call Ringstad Law Office, P.C. today.
Call us or request a free consultation today to learn how we can help you get the compensation you deserve for your suffering. Click to learn more about what you can expect when working with us.
We work on a contingency fee, meaning that you don’t pay until we collect compensation for you.