Construction Site Injuries

The construction industry employs millions of people, some of whom receive little or no training before entering a jobsite. Because of the physical nature of the work and the lack of experience of many workers, construction work is one of the most dangerous areas of employment. In fact, thousands of workers are hurt on the job every year.

Many construction injuries are the result of management’s failure to maintain a safe jobsite. Some of these injuries are the result of defective equipment or failing to provide necessary safety equipment. Other injuries are the result of carelessness or negligence on the part of a general contractor or subcontractor, by failing to properly inspect the jobsite, failing to provide safe machinery or tools, shut-off valves, or failing to provide workers with adequate fall protection equipment.

If you or someone you love was injured in a construction accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation for your losses. At Drucker Law Offices, total representation is offered to the accident victim. This includes helping clients present their claim for medical bills and wages to their insurance carrier. A free initial consultation is provided for clients who have been injured as a result of a car accident. The contract is a contingency fee contract, so clients only pay a lawyer fee if the case is satisfactorily resolved.