Seeking Fair Compensation for Construction Accidents

Construction sites are some of the most dangerous places to work. With heavy equipment, power tools, scaffolding, and construction materials around every corner, a simple error can lead to a devastating injury. At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we represent construction workers who have been injured by someone other than their employer while on the job. To learn more about third-party work injury claims, contact us online or call our law office in Provo, Utah, at (801) 370-0505.

Utah Job Site Injury Attorneys

Utah Job Site Injury Attorneys

If you or a family member was injured in a construction accident, you are likely entitled to workers’ compensation. However, your employer’s insurance company will try to minimize your injury wherever possible, often resulting in fewer workers’ compensation than you need.

If someone other than your employer or an employee of your company contributed to the cause of your accident, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against the third party.

For example, a contractor, sub-contractor or driver employed by another company may have acted in a negligent way that caused your accident. A defective tool, machine or piece of equipment may have caused your injury. These are called product liability cases, and we will carefully investigate the defective product and determine if the product manufacturer, designer or another party is responsible.

Call Our Provo Work Injury Lawyers for Assistance

At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we help injured people and the family members of wrongful death victims obtain financial compensation. For assistance, contact our Provo construction accident lawyers at (800) 898-4878. There is no obligation to hire, and we collect no fees unless we make a recovery or settlement on your behalf.


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