CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENTS
Medical expenses and wage losses from construction incident injuries are often covered by workers’ compensation. You may, however, qualify for additional compensation if the incident was caused by a subcontractor’s negligence or by defective equipment.
- Making a negligence claim: When a delivery truck backs over a worker, when a crane carries too much weight is improperly setup or secured, or when materials or equipment fall several floors and hits a worker, the injuries can be serious. Talk to an experienced construction accident lawyer.
- Filing a dangerous product claim: Construction job sites must make room for machinery, tools and heavy equipment. Most of it is built to comply with stringent safety standards. But when a ladder or scaffold fails, when the safety features on a power tool are defective, or when a forklift malfunctions, the injuries are often serious. It can take more than a workers’ compensation claim to recover from the injuries and get back to work.
- Investigating the accident: At Stambaugh Law P.C., we hire investigators who understand the complexities of construction site operations and construction machinery. The sooner we hear from you, the sooner we can be on the site taking photographs, securing videotape, and preserving evidence.
At Stambaugh Law P.C., every construction accident client receives one-on-one, personal attention from Attorney Stambaugh. Our clients never have to worry about being passed off to someone else. Located at 2121 South Queen Street at the intersection of South Queen Street and I-83, Stambaugh Law offers ample, safe, free and on-site handicapped-accessible parking. Contact Stambaugh Law, P.C. for a free consultation to discuss your construction accident.CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION →