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Home inspectors are charged with inspecting a home before it goes on sale, and before it is sold to the next buyer. Many people want to have their home inspected, to review any problems or issues with the home. Whenever there is a problem or structural issue in a home, the home inspection may find this issue and allow for the home owner to remediate it before selling the home to someone else.

How Can a Home Inspector Be Injured on the Job During a Home Inspection?

A home inspector can be injured easily while performing a home inspection. A home inspection requires the inspector to crawl around and review to check every area of a home. That means that the inspector of a home may need to go to the attic, go under a home in a crawlspace, or otherwise be in tight or dangerous areas of a home to perform a proper inspection. The job of home inspector is a demanding job, and can require a home inspector to become extended on a ladder, or in a dangerous area of a home to complete the required home inspection. There are many ways that a home inspector can be injured on the job during a home inspection, including:

  • Tripping on a wooden board
  • Hitting head on a low beam
  • Cutting arms on ductwork
  • Stepping on an exposed nail
  • Being electrocuted by exposed electrical wiring
  • Accidentally ingesting or breathing in insulation
  • Disturbing a vermin nest
  • Disturbing a concealed insect nest or hive
  • Falling off of a ladder
  • Falling into a ceiling
  • Tripping over plumbing or piping
  • Falling from inadequate lighting
  • Hitting head on a wall with dormers
  • Getting stuck in a small access door
  • Storage items hiding other hazards causing trips
  • Breathing in dust and mites
  • Getting heat stroke and heat exhaustion in an attic
  • Unable to hydrate during a job
  • Becoming trapped in a crawlspace
  • Being bitten by a deadly venomous reptile, vermin or animal
  • Bitten by a hobo and brown recluse spider
  • Bitten by poisonous snake
  • Choked by a large snake
  • Falling from a ladder and receiving fractured bones
  • Getting cut or bruised
  • Falling off of a ladder and getting a skull fracture
  • Falling down and getting a traumatic brain injury
  • Bleeding internally from being impaled by an object
  • Getting puncture wounds from nails
  • Getting an infection from a wound
  • Suffering an electrical burn
  • Suffering internal damage and heart rhythm disturbance from an electrical outlet injury
  • Cardiac arrest from electrocution
  • Burned tissue beneath the skin from an electrical accident

If you are a home inspector and you are personally injured performing a home inspection, you can call us to review your claim with a lawyer with experience in managing, settling and handling big insurance companies related to your loss. Just call us at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 today. You will get the access you need to talk to an attorney with expertise in personal injury claims from hazards at a home inspection.

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You are free to call us today, to discuss your personal injury claim with our attorneys who specialize in these types of cases. We are prepared to give to you a free second opinion case review, and you will work with our experienced attorneys in Los Angeles, who understand the laws related to home inspection injuries. Just call us today to start the process.

Can I Sue for a Home Inspection Injury?

Yes, we can sue if you are personally injured during a home inspection. If there were unknown hazards in the home you inspected, you may have suffered serious personal injuries as a result of working to complete the required home inspection. Never feel that you are alone, because you are not alone and you can call our Los Angeles case lawyers at DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879. We can file a lawsuit on your behalf to the at-fault and premises liable parties, and your questions will all be answered by our case attorneys in Los Angeles at our law firm office. Calling us today will start the process which will aid in your full recovery. We can help you to get a full recovery compensation package, based on the merits of your personal injury claim.

Average Case Value of a Home Inspection Injury

The average case value of a home inspection injury claim, will depend on the exact nature of your personal injures as they relate to this case. For example, if you fall off of a ladder because of unknown and previously unseen hazards during the performance of a home inspection and break your leg, the medical bills will be significantly less than if you fall off of the same ladder but are paralyzed from the waist down as a result of the fall. Your case value can range from $20,000 to $500,000 or more, depending again on the nature of your medical bills, lost wages and any other applicable expenses and damages as are related to your personal injury claim. We can also add any pain and suffering as well, as are associated with your case. We will help you to get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case, and we can answer any questions that you might have regarding the process to initiate a lawsuit, based on the merits of your particular claim.

How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?

Your claim to settle a personal injury case for a home inspection injury will be settled within 3-6 months in most cases. If you are still under the care of a doctor right now, you can still call us today to review your claim for free. we can help you to start the process, even though you may have other medical procedures or even surgeries that may need to be performed or followed up with in the future.

Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.

Call for a Free Consultation

You can call us for a free consultation regarding your personal injury claim. If you were injured while performing a required home inspection, we can help you to get the full recovery compensation package that you deserve in this type of case. Just call us now at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879, and we will start the process with a free consultation on your personal injury case.

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How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?

The length of time that it will take to settle and get paid on a case where you were personally injured, by someone who hit you while riding an electric unicycle will vary. It can take 3 months to up to 7 months to settle the case in complicated situations. That is because depending on your personal injuries, you may still be under a doctor’s care, and need additional healthcare management from your healthcare professional for your injuries. For example, if you fell backwards and have a spinal injury, it will take longer for you to heal than with a broken wrist.

Either way, we are here to help you get the full settlement package that you deserve, when you are hit by a person riding an electric unicycle. Just call us today at DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 to get the ball rolling on initiating your lawsuit on your claim for personal injuries.

Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.

Call for a Free Consultation

We are here to advise you about what to do if you are injured from being hit by someone on an electric unicycle. Just call us at DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 today, and we will get our legal team on the case for you, to get the reimbursement package you deserve in this type of case.


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