Bergen County, New Jersey Construction Accident Lawyer

Cities rely on crews to build structures for a thriving community. The job, unfortunately, is not without hazards. Construction accident lawyer E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi understands how and why these accidents happen, and what could have been done to ensure the safety of the crew to prevent injury. If you were hurt on the job, our legal team is here to help. Contact us today so we can get started working on your case.

NJ Lawyer Pursuing Optimum Compensation For Construction Accident Victims

At the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi, we will assess your construction site accident claim and then aggressively fight for the compensation you need to cover all medical and care costs, including lost income and, whenever warranted, pain and suffering. Our Oradell, New Jersey personal injury lawyer has over three decades of experience and has attained significant financial compensation for injured clients. Now he’s ready to work for you as well.

Common Injuries On Construction Sites

Construction site workers typically take precautions such as wearing hard hats and following safety protocols. However, when managers, owners, supervisors, and others in charge do not follow safety rules or use shoddy materials or unmaintained equipment, injury can happen. The most common injuries on a construction site are:

  • Chemical and electrical burns
  • Eye injuries, including vision impairment or blindness
  • Joint dislocations, tendon tears, and broken bones
  • Neck, shoulder, or back injuries/breaks
  • Spinal cord injury, including paralysis
  • Head injury, including concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Lung damage caused by toxic chemical exposure

Attorney Cannarozzi has had a distinguished legal career and is a noted attorney for personal injury matters. He champions the rights of victims to seek and receive maximum compensation and has attained the results that reflect his acumen and determination.

The Five Most Common Causes Of Construction Accidents

Many injuries on construction sites are caused by either human error or equipment failure. When that human error is owners or supervisors disregarding safety protocols, there may be a case for negligence and liability. Equipment malfunctions or faulty manufacturing can also cause accidents. Here are the five most common causes of construction site accidents:

  1. A fall from a height due to holes in scaffolding or slippery surfaces
  2. Trench or scaffolding collapse
  3. Electric shock or electrocution from power tools or wiring
  4. Repetitive motion injuries
  5. Failure to adhere to safety protocols

Construction site workers are also injured while on the roadways and in traffic-related accidents. Attorney Cannarozzi offers a complimentary case assessment for construction workers who were hurt while on site.

Contact a Construction Accident Lawyer Today

If you are wondering whether you have a personal injury claim after a construction site accident, contact the Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi today for a free initial consultation. Our legal team is here to help you through each phase of the claims process ahead.

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