CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT

20.7% of all worker fatalities are construction related.

-Occupational Health and Safety Administration

Georgia Construction Accident  Injury Attorney

Serving Workers in Georgia for Construction Injuries

Construction is one of the deadliest civilian jobs in the United States, with 774 fatalities in 2010, the highest number of any industry, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bureau reports that there were 11.8 fatalities among construction laborers for every 100,000 employees in 2010, more than three times the national rate of 3.6 per 100,000 for all sectors. And four construction laborers out of every 100 are injured each year. Patrick J. Wheale can help you get the compensation you deserve if you have been hurt on the job.

What Are Common Causes of Work Related Construction Site Injuries?

Construction site accidents are commonly caused by:

  • Slip and Falls

  • Injury from falling debris, equipment, or supplies

  • Scaffolding collapse

  • Strain from lifting or repetitive motion

  • Exposure to toxins or another dangerous substance

  • Crane or Equipment related accidents

  • Fires and Explosions

Contact Wheale Law Firm for a Free Case Consultation

For a free case consultation, give Wheale Law a call at

678-580-8936 or send an email.  No Commitments.

Unlike most attorneys, Patrick J. Wheale handles personal injury cases exclusively, specializing in helping injured victims.

Wheale Law provides legal services exclusively on a contingent fee basis.  In other words, you pay no upfront costs.  Wheale Law only collects attorney's fees if your case successfully resolves. 

Free Case Evaluation.

1.  EXCLUSIVELY PERSONAL INJURY.

2.  DEDICATION TO DETAILS.

3.  NO FEES UNLESS YOU WIN.

WHEALE LAW 

Personal Injury Attorney

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