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New Jersey Scaffolding Accident Lawyer

Skilled New Jersey Scaffolding Accident Lawyer Assists Clients Injured in Scaffolding and Ladder Accidents in Passaic County and Throughout NJ

Scaffolding and ladders are common sights on buildings under construction and renovation throughout New Jersey. And nearly every homeowner in the state has a ladder in their garage or utility shed. Unfortunately, scaffolding and ladder accidents are an all-too-common occurrence. When you have been injured by a scaffolding accident or ladder accident, you may have legal options to recover compensation for the injuries and losses that you have sustained. Let a New Jersey scaffolding accident lawyer from Camili & Capo PA go over your options with you and get to work to fight for the financial compensation you may be entitled to.

At our firm, we firmly believe that if you’ve been injured by an accident that wasn’t your fault, you should be fully compensated for the harm and loss that you have suffered due to your injuries. However, insurance companies will always try to delay or deny the compensation you need so that you end up accepting little or no money for injuries you suffered through no fault of your own. When you have Camili & Capo PA in your corner, insurers will know that you are ready to fight as long as necessary to secure the compensation you need and deserve. Krenar Camili, Esq. has years of experience inside the courtroom and has what it takes to pursue your rights at trial if necessary to hold accountable those parties who are liable for your injuries and losses.

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If you were injured in a scaffolding accident, reach out to our firm today for a free initial case review to speak with a New Jersey scaffolding accident lawyer about your legal rights and options for pursuing a case to recover compensation. 

Common Causes of Scaffolding and Ladder Accidents

Common causes of scaffolding accidents in New Jersey include:

Frequent causes of ladder accidents include:

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Work Injury

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Slip and Fall Accident

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Car Accident

After you have been injured by a scaffolding or ladder accident, you may not know where you can turn to get compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other financial and personal losses. You might even be aware that there may be parties you can even demand compensation from. Let a New Jersey scaffolding accident lawyer at Camili & Capo PA help guide you through your legal options to pursue the financial benefits and compensation that will help you through your recovery. Our firm will:

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Our firm will handle all the details of your case while you stay focused on your treatment and rehabilitation and on working towards getting back to normal life following devastating scaffolding accident injuries. 

A scaffolding accident can leave you with devastating injuries and permanent disabilities. A New Jersey scaffolding accident lawyer from Camili & Capo PA can help you to pursue the financial resources you need for your recovery back to normal life. Contact our firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about how our legal team can guide you through the process of recovering compensation for injuries suffered in a scaffolding or ladder accident. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Scaffolding and Ladder Accidents in New Jersey

Which factors cause most accidents on scaffolds?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s website lists the most common factors that cause scaffolding accidents as the failure of planking or support, slipping hazards, lack of fall protection, and falling objects.

How many ladder accidents occur per year?

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately half a million people across the U.S. every year receive medical treatment for injuries suffered in ladder-related accidents. About 300 hundred people every year die from injuries they sustain in ladder accidents.

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