Schuylkill County Construction Accident Lawyer
Representing Construction Site Injury Cases
Have you been hurt in a construction accident, industrial plant accident, or other related site incident? Although you can't sue your employer if you are injured in a workplace accident, you may have grounds to sue a third party. Your employer is only responsible to pay you workers' compensation, but a third party such as a manufacturer of machinery or equipment, a property owner, or subcontractor who created a safety hazard may be held accountable.
Our Schuylkill County construction accident lawyer at Anthony Urban Law Offices, P.C. can help you to file a lawsuit and hold the responsible individual accountable.
Hurt On a Construction Site?
Construction work and other "blue collar" jobs can be very dangerous. At our firm, we represent construction workers, heavy equipment operators, miners, factory workers, utility workers, and other industrial employees injured on the job. We can handle your workers' compensation claim and pursue any third-party lawsuits to ensure you are fully and fairly compensated for the injuries you have suffered.
We have represented clients who suffered serious and catastrophic injuries in work site accidents, including:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Scaffolding accidents and ladder accidents
- Falls from roofs
- Trench collapse or building collapse
- Electric shock injury
- Fires and explosions
- Tools and machinery accidents
- Failure of safety equipment
- Loading or unloading materials
- Toxic exposure
- Vehicle accidents between jobs or on supply routes
- Heavy equipment accidents (crane, backhoe, forklift.)
Recovering Compensation You Are Entitled to
The trade-off of "no-fault" workers' compensation coverage is that you cannot file a lawsuit against your employer, even if a supervisor or co-worker caused your accident. However, third parties outside the chain of employment are not immune from lawsuits. Our legal team can pursue every dollar of compensation you need and deserve for your injuries and losses from a construction or industrial plant accident.