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Construction & Work Injuries
For over 70 years, the attorneys at Greene Ketchum have provided aggressive representation to injured West Virginians. Schedule a free case evaluation at our Huntington office to discuss your accident and injury in greater detail.
Construction Site Accidents
Even with the inherent knowledge that construction sites are dangerous, not many people have taken the time to consider all of the possible unsafe working conditions. Workers can be injured in vehicle collisions, from falling debris or from scaffolding collapses. Additionally, it is possible that a worker is on a ladder or the “high steel” without the proper safety gear. If a supervisor has put a worker in jeopardy, it might be possible to recover monetary damages following a serious accident.
It is not uncommon for injuries to occur in a seemingly safe work environment. Even an office job carries a certain amount of danger. Our lawyers can represent clients injured in a wide range of situations, including:
- Single accident injuries: A single accident can result in devastating injuries. Tripping over material, slipping in a wet spot, falling down the stairs or heavy objects striking you in the head and shoulders can lead to life-altering injuries.
- Toxic exposure: There are dozens of occupations — including miners, construction workers and factory workers — where an employee is forced to handle toxic materials on a daily basis. Workers who face chemical spills or toxic exposure can develop lung or skin disease that might ultimately prove fatal.
If you or a loved one was injured in a workplace accident, it is crucial that you work with a skilled personal injury firm to ensure you recover the full and fair monetary compensation. Whether you have questions about third-party liability or workers’ compensation, schedule a free consultation with one of our construction site accident attorneys in Huntington, WV to discuss your matter by calling or emailing Greene Ketchum.
Greene Ketchum would be honored to review & consider your case. Call us at 304.525.9115 or submit your case online for prompt evaluation.