Have You Been Injured on a Highway Construction Site Due to Someone’s Carelessness?
If you are a driver, you don’t have to follow the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department on Twitter to know that there is a great deal of year-round highway construction activity in Arkansas. While maintaining highways promotes the public good, it can lead to dangerous conditions if safety guidelines are not strictly followed.
If you have been injured on an Arkansas roadway due to highway construction, we want to talk to you. We can help you pursue compensation for your injuries, whether you were a passenger in a car on a roadway or a construction worker employed by an independent contractor.
Since 1990, the Little Rock, Arkansas, personal injury attorneys at The Brad Hendricks Law Firm have helped clients injured in personal injury accidents recover money damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost work time. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.
The Dangers of Highway Construction
- Failure to properly mark off lane changes
- Failure to post signs warning drivers of dangerous conditions ahead
- Failure to post barricades around a construction hazard
Construction workers employed by independent contractors may be injured due to unsafe conditions at the worksite, including:
- Severe burns from welding equipment
- Heavy equipment accidents, including cranes and forklifts
- Falls from unsafe scaffolding
- Slipping on oil slicks or water spills
If you have suffered a work injury in a construction zone accident, call the experienced construction zone attorneys at The Brad Hendricks Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, at (501) 221-0444 or toll-free at (800) 603-5100.
Contact The Brad Hendricks Law Firm in Little Rock
We are committed to protecting people’s rights. For that reason, we are willing to work on contingency, so you pay no attorney fees unless we win compensation for you. Thanks to our track record of success, we have the resources you need to see a long trial through to a positive outcome.