Scaffolding is an essential component of nearly every construction project in Pennsylvania. Construction workers rely on the scaffolding they are provided to be safely built and capable of handling the demands of the job. It is the responsibility of the general contractor and the supplier to ensure that sufficient scaffolding is used on every job. When that responsibility is not met, it places every worker on the site at risk of injury.
At the law firm of Herr & Low, P.C., we represent construction workers who suffered injuries because of insufficient or defective scaffolding. We understand the types of injuries that can occur in falls from scaffolding. We are diligent in our pursuit of complete workers’ compensation benefits on behalf of every client we serve.
All workers’ compensation claims are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay any attorney fees unless we are successful in securing benefits for you.
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Third-Party Claims In Pennsylvania Scaffolding Fall Accidents
If your accident occurred because of negligent assembly, worn or defective parts, or some other cause that was not directly attributable to your employer, you may have grounds to pursue additional damages in a separate personal injury claim. Commonly known as a third-party claim, these actions do not interfere with your ability to seek workers’ compensation benefits.
Our Lancaster scaffolding accident attorneys have extensive experience with these matters. Our firm’s extensive background in the areas of both workers’ compensation and personal injury law allows us to provide the skillful representation necessary to obtain a result that accommodates all of your current and future needs.