Essex County Falling Debris Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Most of our clients do want to get into legal battles with their employers, insurance companies, or third parties. Of course, this is completely understandable, however, many of our clients are left with no other choice after sustaining serious injuries in construction site accidents. If you’ve been hit by falling debris on the job, you may have sustained serious injuries. such as broken bones, closed head injuries, or even permanently disabling back and neck injuries. The financial compensation you receive may be the only way you can sustain the economic fallout from the medical bills and lost wages. Perhaps this is the only way you can continue to provide for your family. No matter your circumstances, we understand the challenges you have been presented with after being injured in an accident of this nature.
Our falling debris workers’ compensation lawyers have worked with many people in your situation. We know that this could be a matter of survival for you and your family. We approach all of our cases as though we are fighting for our clients’ very lives because all too often, we truly are. At Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, we are experienced Essex County workers’ compensation lawyers focused on our clients’ needs. Contact our office today to discuss your situation.
Causes Of Falling Debris Injuries
There are many causes of falling debris injuries, including:
- Defective workplace equipment: If a ladder or scaffold falls, debris can fall from a height and seriously injure those below.
- Failure to follow OSHA standards: Lack of adequate safety precautions may be the most common reason for falling debris accidents.
For any injury occurring in the workplace, fault is not an issue. Workers’ compensation in New Jersey is a no-fault system, which means that even if you are the one to blame for the accident that caused your injury, you should still be able to receive financial awards from workers’ compensation. Often, for the more serious and catastrophic injuries, workers’ comp does not cover the costs that you need to pay, not to mention the pain and suffering you have endured. If there is a third party involved in causing the accident, we can bring a third-party claim as well to increase your compensation.
Contact Our Essex County Construction Site Accident Lawyers
At Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, our attorneys have tremendous experience and skill in handling these complicated issues. We will work hard to earn the maximum compensation without unnecessary delay, while consistently communicating and checking in on your recovery throughout the process. We can help you understand your rights and your options if you have been hurt on the job by falling debris. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.