Being nestled in between the Columbus, NYC, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC metro areas equates to Pennsylvania being a very populated state. In terms of both size and population it is one of the 5 biggest states in the country. With so much going on hundreds of construction projects of all types and sizes are underway at any given time. Accidents on both residential and commercial job sites can end in life changing and sometimes fatal injuries. Having our skilled Pennsylvania construction accident attorneys analyze your claim is a wise move as construction site injury victims, and their families, may be entitled to benefits, medical care and financial compensation.
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Types Of Construction Accidents
In a construction accident there are numerous ways a worker can get hurt. In many job site claims the employee falls off something or something falls on them. Examples are ladder, scaffolding, stairwell and roof falls. Trash, debris, lumber, building materials and other things can fall onto a worker due to poorly securing it, negligence by another worker or equipment malfunction.
Other on the job injuries in construction, industrial and manufacturing settings are assaults, tripping accidents, machine accidents, equipment accidents and crushing injuries. No matter how you were hurt email our West Chester, Pennsylvania construction injury attorneys now.
Construction Companies In Pennsylvania
Being the 5th largest state in the country it makes sense that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a fair number of construction companies located there. Our PA job injury lawyers have handled accident, injury, third party liability and wrongful death claims against all of them including Day & Zimmerman, Allan Myers Construction, Rycon Construction Inc., IMC Construction, Wohlsen Construction and the PJ Dick, Trumbull & Lindy Group. Please connect with our Pittsburgh job site injury lawyers immediately to discuss your rights.
How Our Pennsylvania Construction Accident Attorneys Can Help You
Job site accident lawsuits can be very complex as there can be multiple parties. This means that in addition to workers’ compensation benefits you may be entitled to third party pain and suffering compensation against vendors, suppliers, contractors and sub-contractors. Also, an analysis will need to be done by our Pittsburgh, PA injury lawyers to determine the value of your claim now as in the future. Please click here to reach out to our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania construction accident attorneys.
The team of Erie, Pennsylvania construction accident attorneys on our team serve the entire state: Allentown, Altoona, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, York, Gettysburg, Lancaster, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Beaver, Butler, State College, Washington, Penn State, University of Pittsburgh and all other college campuses.