Have you been injured in a construction accident?
Thousands of construction workers are seriously injured on the construction site because of the negligence and unlawful activity of owners contractors, subcontractors, engineers architects, equipment manufacturers, and others.
Although very particular Labor Laws are in place that requires, among other things, that the laborer has a safe place to work, many of the laws are disregarded, and the construction site workplace remains very dangerous.
On a daily basis, workers are severely injured, caused to be permanently disabled, and even killed due to the negligence of others.
Many accidents resulting from the following types of accidents, and many others, could be avoided if the responsible parties followed the laws specific to construction sites:
- LADDER FALLS
- LABORER STRUCK BY EQUIPMENT OR FALLING DEBRIS
- TRENCH COLLAPSES
- SCAFFOLD ACCIDENTS
- UNSAFE/DANGEROUS/DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT
- UNAVAILABLE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
- FALLS ON CONSTRUCTION SITE
- FORKLIFT, CRANE, BOOM, EXCAVATOR AND OTHER EQUIPMENT CAUSES INJURY
- WELDING ACCIDENTS