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Construction site accidents can often result in severe personal injury, such as spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, quadriplegia, paraplegia, fractured legs and arms, including broken elbows and ankles, and even death. Due to the severe nature of such injuries, construction site accidents are often the subject of personal injury lawsuits and litigation.

While many injured workers may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, damages such as pain and suffering and other non-economic losses are not included under the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act. However, these damages are can be gained in separate, third party actions arising from a work-related injury. When someone's negligence causes a preventable construction accident, he or she may be liable for the victim's injuries.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a ladder accident please contact us by using the form on this page or our toll free number.

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THE BELLINGHAM HERALD


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