Construction Injury Lawyer

in Charleston, WV, & Lewisburg, WV

Attorneys Who Help Injured Workers

Construction Site Workplace Injuries Require Experienced Legal Counsel

If you or a loved one are a construction worker hurt in an on-site accident, contact the experienced lawyers at Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC. Our lawyers have the years of experience you need in getting justice for a construction site accident that results in severe or permanent injury or death. Construction sites are known for a high number of accidents and harmful incidents that can and do occur, even with the use of safety equipment. Lack of safety protocols or a high level of negligence could be contributing factors to your injury.

Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC, in Charleston & Lewisburg for Help

Call our Charleston office at (304) 553-0660, or in Lewisburg at (304) 520-0832. Potential clients may also contact us online to set up an appointment with one of our lawyers. Our attorneys are concerned about workplace safety for construction workers throughout the state, and offer legal services for general site accidents as well as issues relating to OSHA violations, so call us today.

General Site Accidents Handled at Stroebel & Johnson Law Offices

As with heavy industry, construction sites almost provide a breeding ground for accident and injury due to the use of heavy equipment and raw materials that can be hazardous. The physical size of many construction sites alone can bring accidents and injuries from falls, large beams of metal, loading and unloading accidents, crane operations, and more. When a piece of sturdy equipment fails or malfunctions, it is generally one or more workers who pay the price. Construction site accidents can account for many missed hours of work due to injury. Speak with one of our lawyers today about your general construction site accident or injury and let us help get you the compensation you deserve under the law.

Violating OSHA Regulations Can Result in Injury and Death

There are many key reasons for construction companies to comply with regulations from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The safety guidelines and regulations maintain worker safety, which is especially important for construction companies who say their operation is following the letter of the law. However, there are instances where companies in general or employees as a rule neglect to follow even the most basic OSHA safety regulations. Workers see this taking place and know their lives and livelihood are in jeopardy. If you have an injury as a result of violating OSHA safety regulations, speak with Stroebel & Johnson to find out what you can do to get compensation and possibly keep others from harm in the future.

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