David & Associates, Attorneys at Law, PLLC - Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation

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Aggressively Fighting for Injured Victims in North Carolina

What To Do If You’ve Been Injured On A Construction Site

In an average year, more than 100,000 injuries occur on construction sites, nearly 1,000 of them fatal. Simply put, construction work is — and has long been — our country’s most dangerous profession.

For many injury victims and their families, a workers’ compensation claim can help provide financial relief. And, although monetary benefits may not completely restore one’s well-being, it is an important means of covering medical expenses and related costs.

With more than 100 years of combined experience, the attorneys at David & Associates can help you assemble the strongest possible workers’ compensation claim and begin the process of receiving restitution. With headquarters in Wilmington, we have offices throughout southeastern North Carolina and are prepared to serve throughout the region.

Assistance In A Full Range Of Construction Injury Matters

Our firm provides assistance to workers injured as a result of the most — and least — common construction site hazards, including:

  • Slips and falls
  • Insecure scaffolding
  • Respiratory hazards
  • Unmarked dangers
  • Improperly maintained tools and machinery
  • Vehicle collisions
  • Loose electrical wiring

We offer legal counsel to individuals who have suffered back injuries, neck injuries, concussions, broken bones, severed appendages or any other form of harm. Our lawyers are skilled in working with employers, opposing counsel and insurance companies to get you the compensation you need.

Offering Legal Protection After An Injury

To learn more about how we can help, reach out to our firm by calling us at 910-338-9490 or sending us an email. Initial consultations are always free, enabling us to assess your case and inform you of your options before you’re obliged to pay.