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Factories, construction sites, and industrial machinery create unique potential for injury. Our construction accident attorneys understand the risks you take every time you venture onto a work site or into a factory. Your job should not be more dangerous because of a condition or circumstance some other person or company has created. Our personal injury trial lawyers have been effectively representing injured workers for many years. If you have been injured in a workplace accident, contact our construction law and industrial accident attorneys right away.

Even when a person is covered by workers compensation, frequently the circumstances of the accident give rise to a claim against some party other than the employer. Any workplace injury should be investigated for other potential compensation as the damages allowed by workers' comp can be inadequate. These third-party claims can arise against subcontractors at construction sites, manufacturers of equipment and machinery or their operators, property owners, or on rare occasions, against co-workers or supervisors.

Some of the types of Construction/Industrial Accident cases we handle:

  • Construction Equipment Liability
  • Construction Products Liability
  • Co-Worker Liability
  • Employer Liability
  • Equipment Injuries
  • Factory Accidents
  • Falling Objects
  • Forklift Accidents
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Ladder/Scaffold Falls
  • Machinery Malfunctions
  • Occupational Accidents
  • Power Equipment Accidents
  • Power Line Contact Injury
  • Mechanical Power Press
  • Punch Press Malfunctions
  • Supervisor Negligence
  • Third Party Claims
  • Unsafe Equipment
  • Workers Compensation Immunity
  • Workplace Accidents
  • Electrocution
  • Crane failure
  • Man lift bucket accidents
  • Cherry picker accidents

Our lawyers have represented people gravely injured by industrial explosions, drivers of defective trucks or trailers, people who have fallen from ladders or scaffolding and victims of electrocution, falls, fires, falling objects, and improperly guarded machines. Any employee, contractor or other workers, or even a visitor to a construction site, industrial facility or other workplace who has been injured should contact a lawyer to learn about their legal rights and remedies.