Dayton Ohio Construction Site Accidents Lawyers
Construction workers have one of the hardest and most dangerous jobs in America. Working at high elevations and working with heavy machinery are merely two examples of what can put a construction worker's well-being at risk. Due to the inherent dangers of the job, it is easy to see why so many construction workers are injured in Ohio each year.
150 Years Of Combined Experience On Your Side
At Hochman & Plunkett, our experienced attorneys help injured construction workers and their families fight for justice after they suffer a serious personal injury. We have more than 150 years of combined experience, and we always provide the personalized, dedicated representation our clients deserve. We take great pride in being a firm that people come to during a time of need, especially when they need to get positive results quickly and cost-efficiently.
We invite you to schedule a free initial consultation at one of our offices today. You may contact one of our Ohio law offices online or you may call a local office at the numbers listed below.
Common Accidents At Construction Sites
Our firm understands that no two clients are alike and no two cases are the same. However, most construction-related injuries are typically caused by commonly occurring accidents. Our firm is ready to discuss your situation and provide honest advice if you or a loved one suffered a serious injury involving:
- A scaffolding accident
- An electric shock
- Chemical spills
- Crane accidents
- Falling materials
Workers' Compensation Vs. Personal Injury Litigation
Most clients' top concerns involve their recovery and obtaining maximum compensation for their injuries. Where the compensation comes from exactly will depend upon your specific situation. For example, a construction worker is eligible to recover under Ohio's workers' compensation system no matter who is at fault for causing the injury.
If another party besides you or your employer was negligent, however, we will have to initiate a traditional personal injury claim. This is necessary when fault lies elsewhere (not the employee or his or her employer), which could include product or machine manufacturers, the property owner, other contractors or subcontractors and more.
Contact A Dayton, Ohio, Construction Accident Attorney
Our lawyers have had significant experience and success handling both workers' compensation claims and traditional personal injury cases. We will work quickly to uncover the true cause of your injury, protect your rights and ensure you receive everything to which you are entitled.
Please contact our Ohio injury law office online today, or call a local office at one of the numbers below:
- Dayton: 937-684-4607
- Cincinnati: 513-276-4022
- Springfield: 937-688-2551
- Troy: 937-524-0115
- Columbus: 614-699-5970
- Toll Free: 877-623-6863