Oakland Construction Accident Lawyers
The team of Oakland construction accident lawyers at Cutter Law P.C. understand how demanding and dangerous careers in construction can be. Construction workers do their jobs using dangerous equipment, from high up in the air, and in dangerous locations. Unfortunately, due to that inherent danger, construction accidents and injuries are prevalent.
However, our Oakland personal injury attorneys are here to represent you in a court of law. So, if you’ve recently suffered an injury on a construction site in Oakland, then you’ve come to the right firm! Contact us for a no-obligation consultation today!
Reasons To Hire Our Construction Site Accident Lawyers In Oakland
Simply put, our construction site accident lawyers in Oakland have the experience, education, and legal track record of representing clients in a court of law successfully. We’ve won millions for our clients, and have amassed several awards for our legal prowess over the years.
Besides our award-winning legal prowess and our well-educated staff, our attorneys are caring, comforting individuals. We make sure you’re as comfortable as possible throughout the process. From your initial consultation to your last day in court and beyond, we have you covered. So, if you’ve recently suffered an injury at a construction site, then please don’t hesitate to contact us for your no-obligation consultation. We’d be more than happy to represent you and your interests in a court of law.
Some Questions Clients Ask Our Construction Accident Law Firm in Oakland
As a construction accident law firm in Oakland, our clients ask us several questions regarding the nitty-gritty details of construction accident law. So, to help answer some of those questions, our attorneys compiled and answered a list of the most commonly asked questions people regularly ask.
If you have questions that aren’t answered on this page, then feel free to contact our construction accident law firm in Oakland. We’d be more than happy to help make sense of this complicated process.
What Party’s Considered Liable In Construction Accidents In Oakland?
Construction sites are complex. Therefore, it’s often difficult to nail down liability in construction accidents. Moreover, there are several different people that work in construction, increasing the complexity of determining liability. For example, here’s a short list of some of the different people and entities that can carry liability in construction accident cases:
- Insurance providers
- Property owners
- The construction company
- Equipment manufacturers
- And more
Trial attorney Brooks Cutter took a lead role in a nationwide case against Boston Scientific and Guidant following a recall of the manufacturer’s pacemakers and cardiac defibrillators.
Medical malpractice jury verdict on behalf of a young woman who suffered a spinal cord injury after doctors failed to diagnose a tumor on her spine.
$ 2.4 Million
Brooks Cutter and Margot Cutter won a $2.4 million dollar verdict on behalf of the children of a man who died after a staff doctor at a hospital lied and transferred a patient to another hospital that was not equipped to handle the patient.
Attorneys Todd Walburg and Celine Cutter represented a cyclist in Sonoma County, California who suffered a broken jaw and a mild traumatic brain injury after she rode her bike through a large pothole.
Is It Possible To Collect Workers’ Compensation And File A Construction Lawsuit At The Same Time?
It may surprise you to find out, but you can most definitely collect workers’ compensation and file a construction accident lawsuit at the same time (in California, at least). Unfortunately, you can only do both if a third-party provider insured your workspace.
If you’re unsure whether or not your situation applies, then don’t fret. Just contact our legal team for assistance.
What Is The Statute Of Limitations On Filing An Oakland Construction Site Injury Claim?
Yes, there is a statute of limitations (time limit) on filing an Oakland construction site injury claim. It’s the same as the statute of limitations for other areas of personal injury law. For injury claims in California, the statue of limitations is typically two years after the date of the incident. However, if the plaintiff didn’t discover their injury right away, then the statute of limitations is one year from the discovery of the injury.
Common Types Of Construction Accidents In Oakland
Since construction sites vary in complexity, danger, and more, there are several different common types of injuries associated with construction accidents in Oakland. Some of the most common examples include:
- Broken And/or Fractured Bones And Muscle Injuries – Broken bones and muscle injuries are very, very common examples of construction site accident injuries.
- Back Injuries – Due to the heavy machinery and dangerous nature of most construction sites, back injuries are commonplace. Also, construction sites often involve lifting heavy objects, which also contribute to the high number of back injuries in the field.
- Cuts And Lacerations – Again, due to the dangerous nature of most construction sites and tools, cuts and lacerations happen all the time. Generally, these are minor injuries, but, depending on the circumstances of the accident, they can become quite serious.
- Hearing/Vision Injuries – Loud and sudden noises, regular exposure to loud sounds, sharp materials, chemicals, and other common issues on any construction site can cause a large number of vision and hearing-related injuries.
Get In Touch With Our Oakland Construction Accident Lawyers Today!
When it comes to providing award-winning legal representation, the Oakland construction accident lawyers here at Cutter Law P.C. are always the ones to choose. Our caring, outstanding lawyers are always standing by to represent you and your interests in a court of law. So, if you’ve recently suffered a construction accident, then please don’t hesitate to contact us for a no-obligation consultation. Call today, and we’ll take care of you!
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