Attorneys Representing Injured Construction Workers
Although construction accidents are extremely common and the law provides for workers’ compensation for injured construction workers, the reality of obtaining compensation is much more complicated than it should be. Most injured workers need to file a lawsuit in order to obtain the full measure of compensation they deserve for medical bills, lost wages and other long-term expenses. If you or a loved one has been hurt or killed on a construction site, you need an experienced team of lawyers to fight for you.
At Arze & Mollica, LLP, our attorneys have decades of experience fighting for clients who have been injured on construction sites. We take a personalized, aggressive approach to obtaining compensation for our clients. We work up every case for trial and make sure our clients get maximum compensation for the full, long-term costs of all injuries and losses. We are here to help.
A Dangerous Industry
Each year thousands of construction workers are injured or killed in construction site accidents. Even though construction companies are typically obligated to inspect each site with safety engineers and provide safety programs, accidents still occur.
There are many instances in which unsafe or defective equipment or materials are used in the construction of many structures, which include defective scaffolds, power tools, forklifts, ladders, cranes and other equipment.
When a construction site accident occurs, the owners, architects and manufacturers of equipment can be held responsible for these inadequate safety conditions. The general contractor and all subcontractors are required to provide a reasonably safe work site as well as warn of hazards inherent in the site and work and ensure that all employees or workers comply with safety regulations and laws.
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation
If you or a loved one has a question regarding a recent accident at work in which you may have been involved, please call our office at 718-737-9324 or fill out our online contact form. The initial consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to handle your case, we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary recovery of funds.