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Construction Workers: Why They Are At A Higher Risk Of Injury

General contractors, subcontractors and other construction site workers typically face heightened danger on a daily basis. Working with heavy machinery such as forklifts and bulldozers means the potential of crushed limbs or amputations.

Exposed electrical wiring leaves workers open to electrocution. Working on scaffolding surfaces can result in falls that can and do cause neck and back injuries and even death.

In many instances, construction workers can receive workers’ compensation benefits for their injuries. In other situations, they may be able to pursue additional compensation outside of the workers’ comp system.

At Brenna Boyce, we can help.

A Record Of Results

In some instances, a product or equipment manufacturer or another third party other than your employer could be responsible for your injury.

With a home office in Rochester, our lawyers at Brenna Boyce have helped many injured construction workers and their families recover compensation for third-party construction site injuries.

We have decades of trial experience and have recovered multimillion-dollar awards for clients injured in many types of situations.

Our lawyers handle construction worker injury cases, including injuries caused by:

We Consider The Full Scope Of Your Injuries When Fighting For Compensation

At Brenna Boyce, we fight to make sure you receive maximum compensation for your injuries. We consider past, present and future losses and needs when evaluating our cases.

We often work with medical experts, life care planners and other specialists to develop a full picture of how injuries will likely affect the rest of your life. If you suffered a traumatic brain injury, for instance, you may need in-home care or therapy for many years to come.

Request A Free Consultation With One Of Our Attorneys Today

Find out how we can help you. Request a free consultation about your situation by calling our team at 585-454-2000. You can also reach us by email.