Jackson Scaffolding Fall Lawyers

Based in Jackson, Mississippi, the construction accident lawyers at Gill, Ladner & Priest, PLLC, represent pedestrians and construction workers hurt in a construction site accident, or the families who lost someone due to a construction accident.


Our attorneys understand the turmoil and anxiety you feel regarding mounting medical bills and lost wages, as well as the mental and physical pain and suffering that accompanies any serious personal injury.


Experienced Mississippi Construction Accident Lawyer

Our experienced Mississippi construction accident lawyers are dedicated to obtaining the maximum amount of compensation possible for your injuries as well as helping families whose loved ones have been injured in a construction accident. We have the experience and understanding to handle your construction accident claim as well as any workers’ compensation claims you may have.

Common Mississippi Construction Accidents

Our lawyers are experienced at handling construction accident claims, including workplace injuries caused by the following:

  • Scaffolding falls
  • Ladder falls
  • Defective machinery and industrial equipment
  • Negligence by another subcontractor
  • Car accident
  • Truck accident
  • Construction vehicle accident
  • Ditch cave in
  • Building collapse
  • Pedestrians and construction workers struck by falling tools, materials, and other debris
  • OSHA violations causing injury
  • Failure to properly train
  • Failure to provide, or defective safety railing or guard railing

Contact a Mississippi Construction Injury Lawyer Now

For more information regarding construction accident laws or to discuss your construction accident claim with an experienced Mississippi construction accident lawyer, please schedule a free confidential consultation by contacting us online or calling us. Construction companies and their insurers have high-powered lawyers representing their legal interests; shouldn’t you?

Send us an e-mail or call 601.352.5700  to schedule an appointment.