Industrial Accidents

Industrial Accident Lawyers in San Francisco

Decades of Experience. Millions Won in Compensation.

Every industry has its own risks. While some are inherently more dangerous than others, such as construction, most workplaces carry some level of risk for injury. Even something as seemingly risk-free as an office building is prone to accidents.

No matter whether you were injured in a serious construction accident, a forklift accident, a structure fire, or by toxic exposure in the workplace, our San Francisco industrial accident lawyers want to advocate for you. We have what it takes to fight for your full and fair compensation.

How We Can Help You

At Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn, we have a team of results-driven trial attorneys who stop at nothing when representing our clients. We are known for going the extra mile for those injured in the Bay Area. There is no case that is too big or complex for us.

If you were hurt on an unsafe work site, don’t wait to act. The sooner you get started, the stronger your chances of recovery will be.

A sample of our case results includes:

  • Roofing Accident Injures Roofer Who Fell After Railing Gave Way
    • John Roofer v. Black Welding Company
    • Resolution: Confidential settlement.
  • San Bruno Gas Line Explosion
    • The Morales Family v. PG&E
    • Resolution: Confidential settlement.

Our team has secured some of the Bay Area’s largest settlements for our clients. We have what it takes to represent you, plain and simple.

Call (415) 940-7176 or contact our firm online now to get started with a free consultation.

Industrial Accident Cases We Take On

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the most dangerous industries are:

  • Construction, which has the highest rate of workplace deaths;
  • Education and health services, which has the highest rate of nonfatal injuries/illnesses resulting in time off work; and
  • Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting, which has the highest rate of workplace deaths per 100,000 workers.

Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn takes on industrial accident cases involving all the above sectors and more. We focus our practice on advocating for those injured by the negligence of another. What’s more, our San Francisco industrial accident attorneys are particularly skilled in taking on construction site accident cases.

A Uniquely Dangerous Workplace

Construction sites can be some of the most dangerous places to visit or work. While administrators are supposed to provide the necessary protective equipment to keep people safe, they may not always do so. Even with the right equipment, there could still be malfunctions, product defects, and worker inattentiveness that could lead to injury.

Common Industrial Accidents

Industrial accidents can occur in a number of ways, the most common of which include:

  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Chemical exposure
  • Malfunctioning equipment
  • Defective machinery
  • Unsafe facility conditions
  • Electrocutions

If you were injured in an accident, such as those listed above, don’t wait to consult our San Francisco industrial accident attorneys. You may be entitled to compensation in excess of what’s available through workers’ compensation. Through a third-party claim, you may be compensated for your medical expenses, lost wages and benefits, and pain and suffering, among other damages.

When Can You Sue for an Industrial Accident?

Third-Party Liability

In the state of California, workers are barred from suing their employers for workplace injuries, unless an employer was egregiously negligent and caused intentional harm to the worker. Most injured workers will, therefore, need to file for workers’ comp benefits. There are, however, many cases in which an injured worker can sue a third party for compensation. These third-party liability cases are far more common than many people think.

It is unfair for accident victims to shoulder the burden of someone else’s negligence, especially if that third party failed to comply with industry laws and regulations. For example, management and owners of the property could be at fault and should be held accountable for the unsafe conditions that caused the accident. Product manufacturers may also be at fault, such as if defective machinery or equipment led to an injury.

Injured in an Industrial Accident? Call Us Today!

Since 1980, we have become known for our strong advocacy on behalf of those injured across the Bay Area. We have resolved thousands of personal injury claims, through which we have recovered over $500 million in damages for clients.

If you were injured but are ineligible for workers’ comp, it is important to fight for the money you need to recover your damages. At Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn, we can help you get the best possible outcome for your situation.

Our San Francisco industrial accident lawyers are ready to fight for you. Call (415) 940-7176 today.

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Serving Clients Since 1980
  • Largest Settlements In The Bay Area
  • 150+ Years of Collective Experience
  • No Attorneys' Fees Unless We Win
  • Nationally Accredited Counsel
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  • Over $500 Million Recovered

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