Construction Site Injuries And Fatalities Are Common
A construction site is a dangerous place. With heavy equipment, scaffolding, and power tools involved, opportunities for accidents abound. OSHA regulations exist to protect employees from construction site accidents; yet, such accidents still occur all too frequently.
Construction accidents can result in catastrophic injuries, including brain injury, closed head injury, spine and spinal cord injury, amputation, and paralysis, such as quadriplegia or paraplegia. Fatality is not uncommon.
If you have been injured in a construction accident or if a loved one suffered a fatal accident at a construction site, please contact a Huntington construction site accident attorney at Greene Ketchum for a free consultation and case evaluation. We may be able to recover financial compensation for your injury, medical bills, ongoing medical treatment, and more.
We have been helping victims of construction site accidents recover the maximum amount of financial compensation for over 60 years. We are skilled in handling all types of construction site accidents, including those involving:
- Falls from ladders and scaffolding
- Falls from roofs
- Falls from steel construction
- Lack of safety harnesses or fall arrest systems such as POSEY belts
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Whether your injury occurred at a residential construction or commercial construction site, we will investigate the scene of the accident, gather evidence, and track down witnesses. We will explore who may be responsible for the harm you suffered and whether the deliberate intent or negligence of an employer was involved.
For representation you can rely upon, please contact a Huntington construction site accident lawyer at Greene Ketchum today.
Schedule your free consultation today if you have suffered from Malpractice, Negligence, or Injury. We can help seek justice for you and your loved ones. We fight for citizens in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. If you think it’s time to seek compensation, call Greene Ketchum Farrell, Bailey & Tweel LLP. Today!