Construction Site Workers
Workers’ Compensation for Construction Accidents
Construction work is hazardous work. Potential dangers are everywhere; from equipment and the working environment to other workers on the site.
If you were injured at a construction site and can’t work, protect your rights by contacting Martin Law today. We have over 30 years of experience in workers’ compensation claims in the construction trades.
Call us at 215.587.8400 for a free consultation. We are one of the largest workers’ comp law firms in the Philadelphia area and southeast Pennsylvania that exclusively represents injured workers.
Construction Site Accidents
Our attorneys are familiar with the common injuries suffered in construction, remodeling, heavy construction, demolition and other aspects of the construction industry. We have represented carpenters, painters, electricians, plumbers, iron workers and other tradesmen, union or non-union.
- Falls from heights
- Ladder and scaffolding accidents
- Power tool and machinery injuries
- Fires, explosions and electrical shock
- Vehicle and heavy equipment accidents
- Back injuries
- Slip-and-falls on ice or slick surfaces
Your employer is obligated to pay for your medical care and lost wages, as well as loss of use or disfigurement. But we know that construction companies and their insurance carriers often deny claims from construction site accidents.
Contact Us After Your Job Site Injury
We educate you about your workers’ compensation rights and make sure your benefits are calculated correctly. We also explore lawsuits against third parties for negligence such as a manufacturer of unsafe equipment, or another subcontractor on the site who created dangerous conditions.
Don’t assume that your employer will take care of you after a construction site accident. Contact experienced lawyers who fight for you. We have offices across the Philly Metro area, Reading and the Lehigh Valley. Your initial consultation is free and we take no fees unless we secure your benefits or a settlement.
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