Construction accident claims in New Mexico are regulated by the Occupation Safety and Health Administration, commonly known as OSHA. OSHA is an agency within the United States Department of Labor and they are responsible for ensuring workplace safety and health programs.
Construction workers in New Mexico have many job duties that expose them to serious safety hazards in connection with performing their jobs. These workers can experience catastrophic injuries which can have far-reaching and lasting implications on their ability to work and their personal lives.
According to a report from New Mexico OSHA and the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 4,300 construction workers died in 2012. Thirty-five of those deaths occurred in New Mexico.
New Mexico Construction accident cases typically involve a higher degree of legal expertise due to their complexity. For example, permanent disfigurement may require a life care plan tailored to your unique circumstances. There may also be substantial future medical care costs associated with your injuries. Typically, experts are needed to prove up these claims. In conjunction with our own expertise, we will ensure we have the right experts on your case in order to successfully prove up both the liability and injury claim.
Claims We Handle Involving New Mexico Construction Accidents:
- Bodily Injury and/or Death
- Permanent Disfigurement
- Permanent Impairment
- Permanent Disability
- Medical Lien Resolution
- Lost Wages
- Property Damage
- Reimbursement of Out of Pocket Expenses
Please give us a call at 888.902.6245 for a free consultation to discuss your New Mexico Construction Accident claim. We will give you all the time your case deserves, and we will give you an honest assessment of your case and whether we can represent you.