What Are the Different Types of Construction Accidents?

  • Dan T. Matrafajlo
  • Fri Jan 2014
  • Construction Accident,
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Construction Accident AttorneyConstruction sites are a hotbed for injuries for its workers. While most construction companies and its workers are careful in operating construction sites, accident can still happen. And when construction accidents happen, the resulting injuries can be catastrophic or even fatal.

If you or someone you know has suffered a serious or fatal construction site accident, you should immediately contact an experienced New Jersey construction accident attorney to protect your legal rights and get knowledgeable advice that you and your family need.

Common Types of Construction Accidents

Some of the most common types of construction accidents involve:

  • Crush injury accidents
  • Excavation accidents
  • Trench, crane and scaffolding collapses
  • Ladder accidents
  • Accidents due to the failure to use proper protective equipment
  • Accidents due to safety violations
  • Accidents resulting from defective equipment
  • Forklift accidents
  • Falls from heights
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Drilling accidents

Regardless of what type of accident you have suffered at a construction site, you should consult with a New Jersey construction accident lawyer as you may have a claim against the responsible parties for financial damages.

Call a New Jersey Construction Accident Attorney

If you or someone you know was injured in a construction site accident, you should consult with an experienced New Jersey construction accident attorney by calling the Law Offices of Dan T. Matrafajlo at 908-248-4404.

We have offices in Elizabeth, North Brunswick and Newark, New Jersey to serve you. Mr. Matrafajlo has the experience in New Jersey courts that you need. He has been recognized locally for his legal ability, named a SuperLawyers Rising Star, and has even helped set legal precedent in personal injury law with cases such as Hardison v. King. Dan will fight for your legal rights!

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