Essex County Construction Accidents Lawyer
If you have been injured in a construction accident or any other workplace accident, you are well aware that many problems can come as a result for you and your family. On top of the lost income and week-to-week financial struggles, you may have medical bills to pay, physical pain to deal with, and family issues to manage. What you may not know is that you may be entitled to personal injury compensation, not just workers’ compensation. You need to speak with an Essex County construction accident lawyer right away.
At Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, we recognize that you are not a legal case — you are a person. As personal injury attorneys, we have been helping injured workers in New Jersey for decades, and we can help you get the financial compensation that you are entitled to under the law. Contact us for a free consultation.
Types of Construction Accidents
Our skilled personal injury attorneys are extremely knowledgeable when it comes to construction and worksite accidents, having seen hundreds of cases over the years. We can represent you if you or a loved one has experienced:
- A trip or fall from a building, steel structure, roof or ladder, or through a floor or pit
- A worksite accident stemming from unsafe conditions, improper maintenance, or faulty equipment
- An injury involving industrial vehicles or machinery such as trucks, cranes, forklifts, and manufacturing equipment
- A back or joint injury
- Paraplegia or quadriplegia
- Flesh wounds
- Crush injuries or broken bones
- Burns or electrocution
- Falling debris
- Machine crush
- Mixer accidents
Our lawyers will take the time to listen to you and make sure they understand your accident and its impact on you and your family. If you decide to pursue a personal injury suit, we will advocate for you in court or in settlement to get you what you deserve. When it comes to fighting for justice, we are not intimidated by corporations, insurance companies, government agencies, or anyone else.
Accidents Caused By Falls From Elevated Heights
In New Jersey, individuals who work in construction, home improvement, cleaning and maintenance, demolition, and other industries are often required to perform their duties using ladders and/or scaffolding. While OSHA regulations and other mandated guidelines protect workers from unsafe conditions, individuals still sustain severe injuries on the job. Elevated heights only add to the potential hazard of serious or fatal injuries.
The lawyers at Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC have been representing individuals who have been catastrophically injured by falls from elevated heights for decades. Our attorneys are determined to protect your rights and help you identify who was responsible for your injuries.
How a construction accident lawyer can uncover liability
Our team of lawyers has spent years successfully handling diverse and complex industrial accident cases throughout New Jersey. Specifically, these types of cases require the skill and expertise that our attorneys can provide our clients when addressing crucial matters such as:
- Who was responsible for the proper setup and maintenance of scaffolding or ladder(s)?
- Were there safety issues involving the work equipment?
- Were safety issues dealt with prior to our client using the work equipment to perform duties?
- Was the scaffolding or ladder properly secured at the time of the accident?
- Were all other safety precautions taken to prevent potential injuries?
Our lawyers are committed to helping you obtain fair financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses you have suffered because of your injury as a result of another party’s negligent acts. We will thoroughly explore every legal option available for recovery, including personal injury, workers’ compensation, and third-party liability claims.
Success Stories From A Proven Track Record
Case in point: Negligent maintenance and supervision of a construction site caused a plaintiff to fall into an unguarded hole, resulting in total quadriplegia. The case was settled prior to trial for $9,000,000.
Case in point: An accident resulting in a crush injury with paraplegia due to negligent maintenance of a garbage recycling plant and a product liability claim against the manufacturer of a conveyor system and roller. The case was settled on the eve of trial for $8,000,000 with full waiver of a workers’ compensation lien totaling $1,400,000.
Contact An Experienced Essex County Construction Injury Lawyer
Our Essex County construction accident attorneys can answer your questions about the law and help you figure out whether you are entitled to compensation. Contact our office today to learn what Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC can do to help you move forward after a serious accident.