A Dangerous Construction Site Can Cause Serious Injury

With ladders, scaffolding, heavy equipment, commercial vehicles and other hazards, it's no wonder that construction sites are often the cause of serious injury. While injured workers can take advantage of workers' compensation to help facilitate recovery, sometimes workers' compensation isn't the only source to which workers can turn for help. In cases where a third party (not the employer) may have shared some responsibility for you or your loved one's injuries, a separate lawsuit can yield much-needed additional compensation.

We Take Construction Site Injuries Seriously

Construction site injuries not only can create pain, disability and lost work time, but in severe cases can mean that you or a loved one is unable to continue working in the same field. That's why it's so important to retain committed and knowledgeable legal representation after a construction site injury.

Some common accidents and injuries that can occur on a construction site include:

  • Falls from ladders/scaffolding
  • Fall-protection violations
  • Injuries from trench collapses
  • Crush injuries
  • Burns from chemical spills or explosions
  • OSHA violations
  • Injuries involving heavy equipment or commercial vehicles
  • Mechanical failures/Design defect
  • Improper training
  • Failure to supervise

Serious injuries require serious legal representation. At DelVecchio & Miller, LLC, our Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys are dedicated to facilitating the best possible recovery for our clients who entrust us with their representation after an injury.

As construction accidents can cause significant injury, these third-party claims can be particularly important to pursue in order to secure maximum compensation. At DelVecchio & Miller, LLC, our experienced attorneys can evaluate your case to determine all potential sources of compensation to assist with your recovery.

Call Today To Start The Process

Take advantage of your free initial consultation with one of our experienced construction injury lawyers. To schedule your appointment at our Pittsburgh office, call 412-434-1400 or email us for more information.