Pennsylvania Construction Accident Attorney
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Construction work is an inherently hazardous job, even with workplace safety regulations. In fact, according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the construction industry has a higher rate of work-related injury than most other lines of work.
- Lifting injuries
- Scaffolding collapse
- Falls from ladders and roofs
- Crane accidents
- Machinery and equipment defects
- Explosions and burns
- Holes in floors
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured on a construction site due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim or lawsuit seeking compensation for damages. Contact Metzger Wickersham to discuss your case with a construction accident attorney at our Pennsylvania firm.
Seeking Maximum Compensation for the Catastrophically Injured
Construction workers often work with heavy machinery in dangerous situations, heightening the risk of serious accidents, injuries, and fatalities. Many injuries sustained on construction sites are life altering, such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, and serious burn injuries.
In severe cases, injured construction workers can suffer from an injury requiring surgery, amputation, or blindness. These injuries can cost tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills, causing devastating financial difficulty for victims and families. Our firm is here to help injury victims get the compensation they need to cover these costs and alleviate as much stress as possible.
We’re Here For You – Contact Us Today
Metzger Wickersham is committed to helping injured Pennsylvanians obtain justice after serious accidents. Trusted throughout the state since 1888, our Pennsylvania construction accident lawyers are highly skilled at both negotiation and litigation. We are unafraid to do whatever it takes to bring our clients fair and just outcomes. If we can’t win your case, you owe us nothing. Contact us today to learn more about your rights and legal options.
Claims of Negligence
Workers who are hurt on the job are entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits through their employer. However, many injured workers do not realize that they may also be able to pursue compensation through a third party, other than their employer. In certain circumstances, a claim for negligence can be brought against a subcontractor, equipment manufacturer, property owner, or other party that may have been responsible for a workplace accident.
Contact a Harrisburg Construction Accident Lawyer at Metzger Wickersham!
At Metzger Wickersham, an experienced construction accident attorney may be able to help if you or a loved one has sustained a construction injury. Our firm has been helping injured workers in Pennsylvania for over 130 years, and we stand ready to fight for your rights. We can evaluate your situation, explore all avenues through which to pursue compensation, and recommend the best course of action for your case.
Begin a free case evaluation with us by calling (888) 286-2850!