Construction Accidents make up only 6% of the workforce but account for 20% of workplace fatalities in the USA. Property owners, general contractors, contractors, construction managers, construction companies and equipment manufacturers may all be liable for construction accidents.
I handle the following construction accident cases:
- Being Struck by equipment or material
- Scaffold Accidents
- Structural Collapses
- Crane Accidents
- Aerial Lift Accidents
- Electrical Accidents
If you are injured while working at a construction site, it is important that you and your Personal Injury attorney consider all of the potential defendants who may be liable for your injuries. These can include other subcontractors whose employees were negligent, the property owner or the manufacturer and distributors of defective construction equipment and tools. Each case is different and it requires thorough investigation and careful review of the facts to identify the at-fault parties.
You may be entitled to just compensation for pain and suffering, emotional trauma, medical costs, lost income and future earnings.
If you have been injured or a family member has been injured or died as a result of a construction accident, Pasquale E. Bianculli, Esquire is committed to obtaining all the results you need and deserve. To learn how I can help, call (215) 339-5222 for your free confidential consultation.
Many employees are catastrophically injured or have died as a result of tragic accidents in unsafe industrial or workplace conditions. In these cases, companies know that an unsafe condition or potential risk exists – and do nothing to either correct the hazard or inform unsuspecting workers of the potential hazard.
Some of the most common workplace hazards include:
- Gas explosions
- Heat and burn risks
- Malfunctioning equipment
- Product Liability
- Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents
If you have been injured or a family member has been injured or died as a result of a workplace accident, you may be entitled to just compensation for pain and suffering, emotional trauma, medical costs, lost income and future earnings.