Construction sites are regulated by strict OSHA laws for one reason: construction work is the most dangerous and difficult land-based work in the United States. As an injured construction worker, you know that you face some of the most dangerous working conditions in any industry. Unfortunately, your injury has left you with injuries that make it impossible for you to continue working.

Choosing a construction accident lawyer can be one of the most important decisions you ever make. In most instances, the injuries suffered on a work site are often traumatic and life-altering, meaning it's possible that you'll require a lifetime of medical care.

Common Construction Site Dangers

Construction workers are all too familiar with the dangers that exist on a work site, but due to the nature of the job, even the most responsible worker is subject to everyday dangers. In most instances, our clients who were hurt on a work site were victims of a mechanical malfunction, a subcontractor's unwillingness to provide proper safety gear, and/or another worker's negligence. 

Specifically, we receive calls and/or have represented injured workers that were hurt as a result of a vast variety of construction site accidents, including:Construction site accident

  • Defective or collapsing scaffolds
  • Falls from and through roofs or other high structures
  • Electrocutions
  • Ladder injuries
  • Collapsing of walls or floors
  • Crane accidents
  • Defective hoists
  • Conveyor malfunction
  • Tractor injuries
  • Forklift accidents
  • Mining accidents
  • Elevator shaft falls
  • Defective rope or cable

The list of potential construction site dangers is endless, and if you don't see the cause of your injury above, it doesn't mean that you don't have a case. The best way to determine whether or not you may have a lawsuit is to speak with a qualified work site injury attorney.