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The PA law firm to turn to when injured on a construction site

A construction worker's work environment is inherently dangerous.  Accordingly, construction workers are at a higher risk than any other workers when it comes to jobsite injuries. The nature of a construction job provides increased exposure to hazardous conditions. Various tools, equipment and chemicals can compromise a worker's health and safety. Pennsylvania workers suffer many different kinds of accidents in the workplace each year. The attorneys at Friday & Cox L.L.C., have many years of experience advocating for construction workers' rights to a safe working environment and have never met a victim whom they were unable to help in some way.

With more than 75 years of combined expertise in handling claims related to construction workers' accidents, the firm has aggressively defended workers injured by defective machinery, chemical exposure, and many other work-related injuries.  Visit us online or call for a free case evaluation.

The employer, in such cases, often tries to evade paying just compensation on various grounds. One of the most common defenses used by defendants in construction workers' accidents cases is the allegation that the injury was suffered prior to arriving at the workplace. Thus, our law firm employs numerous experts who will investigate thoroughly the events that led to the injury, which can provide the added advantage needed by an injured worker or his family.

With years of experience in this practice area, the attorneys at Friday & Cox have a high success rate in establishing employer responsibility and fault for workplace injuries. The Occupational Safety and Health Act sets forth the various safety guidelines and regulations that employers and owners of construction companies must follow for the benefit of their employees. The firm has experts who have the knowledge and resources to investigate the matter at hand. If an employer is found to have violated existing laws that were designed to keep workers safe, the injured employee may be entitled to additional compensation.

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