Maximizing Your Compensation After A Construction Accident Injury
No matter what type of construction injury you may have suffered, San Diego construction injury lawyer Bryan Snyder is dedicated to helping you obtain fair compensation for your losses.
In some cases, workers’ compensation insurance may provide the resolution necessary to compensate an employee who has been injured while working on a construction site. There are situations though, which allow an injured construction worker to receive compensation from a nonemployer in civil court. Attorney Snyder evaluates the circumstances of every construction injury case to determine all the appropriate avenues of recovery.
Timing Is Important
Recovery is dependent upon many factors and time is one of them. Recovering from an injury may seem like a challenge on its own and balancing the demands of a lawsuit can take its toll on clients. Our San Diego law firm is dedicated to providing prompt communication about the details of your case in order to ease the stress that accompanies a potential lawsuit.
So Is Trial Experience
Deciding to take your construction injury case before a jury can become a race against the clock if proper paperwork is not filed with the correct agencies. Finding the right attorney who has experience in the construction arena ensures that all the procedural channels are followed to maintain the best position possible to enforce your rights.
Because of attorney Snyder’s extensive trial experience, his opponents know (or quickly learn) that he will always fight for his clients when their compensation is on the line. Having the right construction injury lawyer on your side is one of the key aspects to obtaining full and fair compensation.
Mr. Snyder litigates construction injury cases for clients who have suffered all types of workplace injuries. In addition to construction injury cases, he also litigates a wide range of construction cases which is why clients rely on his knowledge of the industry to provide the best advice on how to proceed to protect their legal rights.