Construction sites often contain scaffolding, heavy equipment and machinery, giving rise to hazardous conditions where serious injuries often occur. Injuries from scaffold collapse, fires, explosions, falls, electrical shock, and exposure to toxic substances are common. While workers’ compensation covers many of the expenses for a construction site injury, recovery is often available from other sources. For example, if a defective tool or other product contributed to the injury, or if another company put up the scaffolding that collapsed, a claim can be made against that company for all of the losses suffered by the injured worker. Wayne Parsons experience as an engineer and with construction is an advantage in construction site injury cases.