At Camili & Capo, PA, we have years of experience handling workplace injury cases, particularly those sustained on building and construction sites. Each construction crew member accident attorney in Passaic County, NJ from our firm is deeply versed in the many federal and state laws that apply to these types of injuries and insurance claims. We pride ourselves on skillfully and professionally helping our clients navigate these regulations so that they can recover the compensation they deserve after an accident. For assistance with your construction or labor-related injury case, contact an experienced New Jersey construction worker injury lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA today for a free, private, no-obligation case consultation.
As vital as it is to the economy, construction and labor work can be extremely dangerous. This is why there are many important bodies—including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH), and the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)—whose research, standards, rules, and recommendations affect worker safety, insurance payouts, and the legal framework surrounding work-related personal injury cases.
Our team of qualified attorneys has years of experience handling workplace accidents and personal injury lawsuits of all kinds. We also have the resources you need to fight the insurers and commercial entities on the hook for your losses. Their primary goals after an accident are not to see that you are taken care of; instead, they will try to ensure that their liability and exposure are limited.
If you were injured in a construction accident, a construction crew member accident attorney in Passaic County, NJ at Camili & Capo is just a call away. We have a winning process when it comes to New Jersey construction accident cases, and we will handle every aspect of your case for you so that you can focus on what matters: recovering after your accident or caring for an injured loved one.
We follow a simple yet effective process for all of our construction workers and their workplace injury cases that includes:
OSHA safety violations overwhelmingly occur on construction sites. Many state and federal laws can prevent you from recovering compensation if your case is not properly handled. Furthermore, since one or multiple parties out of several at-fault players can be involved in your accident, it can be that much harder to assign culpability to one party versus another while making a convincing argument for recovering compensation from each party. Only with a comprehensive investigation of your case, a professional estimation of the value of your injuries, and an assessment of the safety of the work site on which you were injured can you accurately determine who was responsible for your injuries – and to what extent.
Contact a qualified construction crew member accident attorney in Passaic County, NJ at our firm so that we can handle all of these complex matters on your behalf.
Trust a reputable construction crew member accident attorney in Passaic County, NJ at Camili & Capo, PA to pursue compensation for every loss you suffered in your accident. This means seeking compensation from all relevant and applicable insurers and policies, which can include:
We can even file claims simultaneously and handle them concurrently, depending on the nature of your accident and who we deem to have been at fault for the accident.
Preserving your personal well-being and securing you financially after an accident are our top priorities. We do not collect a fee unless you win compensation for your injuries and accident-related losses, so do not hesitate to contact our team today for assistance with a construction, labor, or workplace injury case in Passaic County, Bergen County, Essex County, Middlesex County, or elsewhere in New Jersey.
The leading causes of accidents in the construction space include poor worker training, a lack of adherence to mandated safety precautions, inadequate worker oversight, poor device or equipment servicing and maintenance, poor lighting, and machine, object, material, and fall accidents. From collapsed structures and mechanical hazards to fires, explosions, scaffolding accidents, and poor electrical lockouts, there are many ways an employer can fail in securing its workers and the workplace. If we can establish a connection between your accident and the resultant injuries and your employer’s negligence in any of these areas, you will have a case for compensation.
First, seek medical attention for your injuries and then report the accident and your injuries to your employer or manager. If you can, record the statements of eyewitnesses to the accident and take pictures of the accident site and any machinery or equipment that were involved. Contact a New Jersey construction worker injury lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA as soon as possible, and do not sign any papers or accept any insurance offers without an attorney from our offices at your side.
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