Legal Rights for Maryland Construction Workers Who are Injured or Killed in Highway Crashes
Construction workers who are killed in highway crashes in Maryland have legal rights that protect their families and dependents. The Baltimore Beltway (I-695), especially around the Woodlawn area in Baltimore County, is notoriously dangerous for construction workers who are exposed to distracted and negligent drivers. The families of construction workers killed in highway crashes may be able to pursue wrongful death claims against the parties responsible for the crash. These claims can seek compensation for damages such as medical expenses, funeral costs, lost income, and pain and suffering.
It is important for families of construction workers who have been killed in highway crashes to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can help them navigate the legal process, protect their rights, and pursue the compensation they deserve. Construction workers play a vital role in building and maintaining our infrastructure, and their families should not have to suffer financial hardship because of their loved one’s tragic and preventable death.
When someone speeds or drives recklessly through a construction zone, they must be held responsible when they cause serious injury or death. The lawyers at Furman Honick Law specialize in representing victims and their families who have suffered a serious injury or death of a loved one because of someone else’s negligence in a construction work crash