Workplace injury lawyers fighting to hold negligent parties responsible
Getting you the compensation you deserve
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal agency charged with promoting and enforcing safe conditions on the job at construction sites. Contractors and subcontractors must adhere to OSHA safety regulations to avoid preventable accidents. If you were injured or a loved one was killed on a construction site or other workplace, the workplace injury lawyers at Frenkel & Frenkel can discuss your financial and personal loses and help you seek compensation.
- OSHA’s rules are designed to prevent:
- Equipment-related injuries
- Forklift accidents
- Ladder falls
- Crane accidents
- Scaffolding accidents
- Trench collapses
- Injuries caused by defective aerial lifts
- Injuries caused by welding rod defects
- Roof falls
- Toxic substance injuries
- Industrial fires
- Hearing losses caused by excessive noise
- Road construction accidents
The negligence of a third party—equipment manufacturer, subcontractor or delivery service—may have played a role in your injury. Also employers often fail to cover construction workers with workers’ compensation insurance. These factors play a major role in determining the compensation due to you.
Falls on construction sites can cause serious head or spinal cord injuries, resulting in paralysis and even death. Being struck and run over by forklift or caught in the collapse of an excavation can cause the loss of a limb. The work injury attorneys at Frenkel & Frenkel consult with a variety of medical experts, skilled life care planners and economists to understand your immediate medical conditions and predict future needs. These professionals help us build a strong case for you.