Construction Site Accidents

Construction site accidents can occur in any number of ways. Whether your job involves work on a new house in a South Shore suburb, a high rise office building in eastern Massachusetts, a major industrial or commercial development anywhere in Greater Boston or highway construction labor, an injury on the job can jeopardize your ability to support yourself and your family. While a workers’ compensation claim can be filed for injuries in the normal course of business, other recovery is possible in a personal injury lawsuit where injuries may be attributed to parties other than your employer. An experienced legal team such as the attorneys at Kenney & Conley can help you to navigate these complex circumstances to ensure that you and your family receive the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.

Determining Liability in Construction Site Accidents

At Kenney & Conley, our experience with construction site accident cases can provide a major advantage in your claim for compensation. Our team of knowledgeable, passionate attorneys are ready to understand your case and to provide you with the best possible route to full compensation for any injuries that you or a family member have suffered in a construction site accident.

Many injured workers believe all they have is a workers compensation case because they believe an accident is their fault. However, safety is the responsibility of everyone associated with a construction site. Our lawyers understand the complexities of these responsibilities and will review the circumstances of the accident in order to determine who had the duty to control and supervise construction means and methods that may have contributed to your injuries. Contact a personal injury attorney at our firm to discuss your claim today, toll free at (781) 848-9891.

Massachusetts Construction Site Accident Claims

Even well-managed construction sites can be very dangerous, but the risks of construction work on any scale can be aggravated by such factors as aggressive construction schedules, poorly coordinated deliveries, poorly trained or inexperienced crews. The more complex the job the greater the precautions that must be taken to avoid severe or fatal injuries such as:

  • Brain or head injuries
  • Extensive burns from explosions, electrocution, or fire
  • Back or neck injuries caused by falls or collisions
  • Spinal cord damage resulting in paralysis
  • Amputation
  • Joint injuries to the shoulder, knee, or wrist
  • Multiple fractures, including trauma to the pelvis or vertebrae

No matter the nature of your injury – whether you’ve suffered from a fall, a burn, an equipment malfunction or any other hazard – property owners, materials suppliers, the general contractor, or other subcontractors have a tendency to blame the victim. However, OSHA regulations require systems are in place to prevent injuries, and those overseeing parties may be held liable when accidents occur.

Experienced Boston Area Personal Injury Lawyers

Our experience with the investigation and proof of liability and damages in construction site accident cases will help maximize the value of your recovery while avoiding procedural and tactical mistakes. Our priority is to provide you with the best possible service and the best possible results. For more information about your rights to personal injury damages for construction site accident claims, contact the greater Boston area law firm of Kenney & Conley today for a free consultation, toll free at (781) 848-9891.