Billings Construction Accident Lawyers

Elevated working conditions, dangerous equipment and an array of workers on a job site at any given time can make construction work a dangerous occupation, even when everyone on the job site follows safety standards. When someone is negligent, the conditions become exponentially hazardous and can result in life-altering injuries, such as brain injuries, paralysis, back and neck injuries, and even fatal injuries.

Let Our Team Help You!

Were you or a loved one injured in a construction accident? Located in Billings, Montana, Gannett Sowden Law, PLLC represents construction accident victims and their families throughout Montana. If you need assistance from an experienced Montana personal injury law firm, call us at 406-294-2000 or email arrange your free initial consultation.

MONTANA CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS

Our Billings construction accident lawyers offer experienced and dedicated legal representation in all types of construction accidents, including:
Scaffolding accidents, such as scaffolding collapses
Ladder falls
Falls from roofs or other elevated surfaces
Highway construction/road construction accidents
Accidents involving falling objects or equipment
Forklift accidents, crane accidents and other heavy equipment accidents
Power tool mishaps
Other construction site accidents

FINANCIAL RECOVERY BEYOND WORKERS’ COMP

Workers’ compensation laws prohibit workers from suing their employers for injuries suffered on the job, including construction accident injuries. Instead, medical bills and lost wages are paid through workers’ compensation. As experienced construction accident lawyers, we recognize that for most injured construction workers, this will not be enough. Therefore, we go to work investigating other avenues of liability, such as a negligent subcontractor or defective equipment manufacturer. Our ability to identify and pursue these third-party claims enables us to maximize the financial recovery each client receives.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results and that every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.