Construction Site Accidents in the Bay Area

Construction Accidents

Legal Information and Counsel Regarding Dangerous and Defective Machinery and Equipment

When you are injured on a construction site because of defective or dangerous tools, you will likely be able to pursue compensation from one or more sources. Each source, however, will involve legal challenges. For instance:

  • A Workers’ Compensation claim can involve the need to determine the extent and cause of your injuries, the length and severity of any disability and the financial worth of the claim.
  • A third-party claim can lead to disputes regarding whether a third party’s negligence actually caused the injury, insurance coverage, extent of injuries, amount of loss and the value of the claim.

Attorney Joseph S. Nierenberg of the San Francisco law firm of Weber & Nierenberg have handled construction site accidents for 27 years and can provide the legal assistance you need following a serious accident or loss of a loved one.

If dangerous materials, a defective tool or a third-party contractor’s negligence led to a construction accident, we can investigate your case, and present your claim for Workers’ Compensation benefits or a lump-sum payment from an insurer. We work with accident reconstructionists and medical professionals and are experienced at obtaining compensation for lost wages and income, medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of consortium and a range of other types of loss.

If you have been injured at work from scaffolding, a ladder, heavy machinery, an hand-held tool or other equipment, don’t get information only from your employer. Consult with an attorney who has your interests and rights in mind. Contact Weber & Nierenberg by calling 1-866-288-6010.

Blind Spots and Truck Accidents

Contact a San Francisco and Bay Area Attorney Following a Truck Accident

The blind spot that your car or light truck’s rear view mirror can’t detect is often larger and, consequently, more dangerous on semi trucks and other large trucks. Additionally, tractor trailers have a second blind spot near the rear of the vehicle. Drivers may even fail to see you when your vehicle is directly in front of the due to the truck cabs’ higher elevation. When truck drivers fail to see vehicles and pedestrians in blind spots and accidents occur, victims may be owed compensation.

For almost 30 years the personal injury lawyers of Weber & Nierenberg have assisted car and truck accident victims in Northern California. Our record includes numerous results of $1 million or more. We can answer your questions regarding truck accidents and blind spots and provide effective legal help.

How Blind Spots Can Lead to Serious Accidents

When large trucks turn, they often swing one way in order to turn the other way, in order to achieve a better angle. When truck drivers rely on their rear view mirrors to execute a “swinging turn”, they often rely on both of their rear view mirrors. Since there are blind spots or “no zones” on each side of the truck, “swinging turns” are significantly more dangerous than most driving maneuvers, and innocent pedestrians and other drivers pay the price.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to a truck driver’s negligence involving rear view mirrors and blind spots, we can help by providing knowledgeable and experienced legal help. Our track record has resulted in needed compensation for countless clients injured in truck accident. For a no-charge consultation, contact us at 1-866-288-6010.

 
 
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