If you have been injured in a construction accident in Los Angeles or Southern California contact the SoCal Injury Lawyers today at (800) 950-7755.

Throughout the state of California, millions of construction workers go to work every single day. With the infrastructure growth plan of the current administration, there will be even more construction going on to improve roads, bridges, highways and railways. With a significant amount of money being used to improve the infrastructure of the state it stands to reason that more workers will be needed to take on the task of rebuilding the ways in which we travel.

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Over the last decade, we have worked with dozens of individuals that have suffered personal injuries due to the negligence of an employer or a piece of construction equipment. Unfortunately, a construction site injury often alters once career tremendously. Heavy equipment such as cranes, backhoes, bulldozers and excavators use thousands of pounds of force to move the earth and pieces of steel. The human body cannot sustain being trapped in the moving parts of these pieces of equipment.

Amputation is unfortunately common in construction site accidents. Workers often get their hands, fingers, toes and feet in a compromised situation at no fault of their own. If the piece of machinery does not amputation a part of the body it may cause major nerve damage making it necessary for a doctor or physician to amputation that extremity. If you have been injured due to the lack of oversight on a construction site, call the SoCal Injury Lawyers today at (800) 950-7755. We have a team that has worked to recover the maximum compensation to cover injuries, medical bills and future loss of income.

Future Loss of Income After Amputation

When determining the settlement value of a personal injury case, one must assess the future loss of income. This is extremely important when it comes to construction site accidents and amputation injuries. If the victim of a construction site accident loses a finger, hand, toe or foot there is a very good chance they will not be able to perform the tasks to fulfill the requirements of a construction job.

If that individual was making $75,000 a year at age 29 they are going to miss out on a large amount of their future earning potential. To make it an easy calculation, let’s just say that individual stayed at the same salary for the rest of their life; this is very uncommon, but we want to make the calculation easy. If the construction worker planned to work until 65 they are going to miss out on 36 years of earning potential at $75,000 a year. We would calculate 36 times $75,000 to be $2,700,000 over the course of a lifetime. This is not the exact way the process works, but you get an understanding of the loss of income.

Most skilled employees have received a number of promotions and raises over the years. When calculating the loss of income, we will properly adjust the numbers based on expected raises and promotions.

It is also important to note that secondary or side jobs are likely unavailable to someone that has suffered an amputation injury. A construction worker may have side income as a copywriter or novelist. It will become extremely difficult to type a novel if one loses a finger or hand due to a construction site accident. While this income may still be available, it will come at much higher of a cost to the individual that suffered through the accident.

Construction Companies in California

Below are the 2017 Construction Employers’ Association Members in 2017:

  • Acme Construction Company, Inc.,
    Modesto
  • Alcal Specialty Contracting, Inc.
    Fremont
  • Alten Construction, Inc.
    Richmond
  • Arntz Builders
    Novato
  • Arntz Builders, Inc.
    Novato
  • BBI-CON, Inc., dba BBI Construction
    Oakland
  • BCCI Builders
    San Francisco
  • BHM Construction, Inc.
    Napa
  • Balfour Beatty Construction, LLC
    Oakland
  • Big B Construction, Inc.
    Stockton
  • Bomel Construction Co., Inc.,
    Anaheim Hills
  • Bradcon, LLC dba Bradley Concrete
    Milpitas
  • Branagh, Inc.,
    Oakland
  • Build Group, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • C. Matt Corporation
    Santa Fe Springs
  • C. Overaa & Co.,
    Richmond
  • C.M. Peletz Company
    San Jose
  • C.T. Brayton & Sons, Inc.,
    Escalon
  • C.W. Roen Construction Company,
    Danville
  • Cahill Construction Services, Inc.,
    San Francisco
  • Cahill Contractors, LLC
    San Francisco
  • Cahill Contractors, Inc.,
    San Francisco
  • Cannon Constructors, Inc.
    South San Francisco
  • Capital Concrete Solutions, Inc., dba CAPCON
    Sacramento
  • Ceco Concrete Construction LLC
    Kent, WA
  • Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd.,
    Oakland
  • Clark Construction Group-California, LP
    San Francisco
  • Clark/McCarthy a Joint Venture
    Stockton
  • Clark Pacific,
    West Sacramento
  • Clark & Sullivan Builders, Inc.
    Sparks, NV
  • Concrete North, Inc.
    Elk Grove
  • Comfort Air, Inc.
    Stockton
  • Coulter Construction, Inc.,
    Mountain View
  • Devcon Construction, Inc.,
    Milpitas
  • Dolan Concrete Construction,
    Santa Clara
  • Dome Construction Corporation,
    South San Francisco
  • DPR Construction, A General Partnership
    Redwood City
  • DPR Construction, Inc.,
    Redwood City
  • E & A Door Company, Inc.
    Santa Clara
  • EF Brett & Company, Inc.
    Woodacre
  • Eric F. Anderson, Inc.,
    San Leandro
  • F&H Construction
    Lodi
  • Fisher Development, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • Galliera, Inc.,  dba Trico Construction,
    San Francisco
  • Geney/Gassiot, Inc.,
    Reno, NV
  • George Family Enterprises, Inc., Northern California
    Novato
  • Gonsalves & Stronck Construction Company, Inc.,
    San Carlos
  • Granite Industrial, Inc.
    Watsonville
  • Harris Construction Co., Inc.,
    Fresno
  • Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company,
    San Francisco
  • Herrero Builders, Inc.,
    San Francisco
  • Hillhouse Construction Co., Inc.
    San Jose
  • Hunt Construction Group, Inc.
    Phoenix, AZ
  • J.L. Bray & Son, Inc.,
    Salida
  • James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.,
    Danville
  • James R. Griffin, Inc.,
    Fremont
  • Largo Concrete, Inc.
    Campbell
  • Lathrop Construction Associates, Inc.,
    Benicia
  • Level 10 Construction, LP
    Sunnyvale
  • Liberty West Construction Services, LLC
    Braintree, MA
  • M. A. Mortenson Co.,
    Minneapolis, MN
  • Mascon, Inc.
    Sacramento
  • Matt Construction Corporation
    Santa Fe Springs
  • McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • McClone Construction Company,
    Shingle Springs
  • McFadden Construction, Inc.
    Stockton
  • Milroy Construction, Inc.
    Mountain View
  • Nibbi Bros. Associates, Inc.,
    San Francisco
  • NOR-CAL Scaffolding, Inc.
    Richmond
  • Novo Construction, Inc.
    Menlo Park
  • Oliver & Company, Inc.,
    Richmond
  • Pacific Structures, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • Panelized Structures, Inc.,
    Modesto
  • Peck & Hiller Co.,
    Napa
  • Performance Contracting, Inc.
    Richmond
  • Performance Mechanical, Inc.,
    Pittsburg
  • Permian Builders, Inc.,
    Fremont
  • Plant Construction Company, L.P.,
    San Francisco
  • Presidio Builders
    San Francisco
  • Principal Builders, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • RJS & Associates, Inc.
    Hayward
  • RMR Construction,
    San Francisco
  • Roebbelen Contracting, Inc.,
    El Dorado Hills
  • Roof Structures, Inc.,
    Fremont
  • Rudolph and Sletten, Inc.,
    Redwood City
  • SC Builders, Inc.
    Sunnyvale
  • S.J. Amoroso Construction Co., Inc.,
    Redwood Shores
  • San Jose Construction Co., Inc.,
    Santa Clara
  • Schembri Construction Co., Inc.
    San Francisco
  • Schultz Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
    Long Beach
  • Shawmut Design and Construction
    Boston, MA
  • Skanska USA Building, Inc.,
    Oakland
  • Skyline Construction, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • Spacetone Acoustics, Inc.
    Pleasanton
  • Starch Concrete, Inc.
    Folsom
  • Suffolk Construction Company, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • Swinerton Builders,
    San Francisco
  • TCB Builders, Inc.
    San Francisco
  • TCG Builders, Inc. dba The Core Group
    Milpitas
  • Tarlton and Son Inc.
    Fresno
  • The Boldt Company
    Sacramento
  • Teamwrkx Construction, Inc.
    San Jose
  • Thompson Builders Corporation
    Novato
  • Timber Construction Co. of California,
    Richmond
  • Tricon Construction, Inc., dba Tricon Aquatics
    Rancho Cordova
  • TRUEBECK Construction, Inc.
    Redwood City
  • Urata & Sons Cement, Inc.,
    Rancho Cordova
  • Vance Brown, Inc.,
    Palo Alto
  • Vila Construction Co.,
    Richmond
  • W.A. Thomas Co., Inc.,
    Martinez
  • Walters & Wolf Interiors,
    Fremont
  • Webcor Construction, L.P. dba Webcor Builders
    Alameda
  • XL Construction Corporation
    Milpitas

If you have been injured on a construction site owned or operated by any of these companies at no fault of your own, contact the SoCal Injury Lawyers today at (800) 950-7755.