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Philadelphia, PA Construction Site Accident Attorney

Construction is a good thing. When you see a construction site, this means that the economy is moving in the right direction. However, the workers on those construction sites operate in fairly dangerous conditions. If you are a construction worker who has sustained an injury at a construction site in Philly, turn to the team at Solomon, Sherman & Gabay today. Our Philadelphia construction site accident attorneys have extensive experience handling these claims, and we understand what it takes to navigate your workers’ compensation insurance claim or any third-party lawsuit necessary to ensure you secure the compensation you need.

Construction accident injuries can be devastating

Construction injuries are not uncommon. The reality is that construction workers face an array of hazards each day. According to data available from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), can see that the construction industry accounted for approximately 20% of all workplace fatalities during the latest reporting year across the country. We also know that most people survive construction accident injuries, though victims still often miss work while they are recovering.

At Solomon, Sherman & Gabay, our premises liability attorneys in Philadelphia regularly help clients who have sustained a range of injuries as a result of these incidents. We help clients who have sustained various types of acute injuries as a result of a construction accident, including the following:

  • Broken and dislocated bones
  • Severe sprains or strains
  • Lacerations or puncture wounds
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Open head injuries
  • Spinal cord trauma with paralysis
  • Other severe neck or back injuries
  • Amputations or crush injuries

Additionally, our attorneys also help clients who have sustained construction injuries that occur over longer periods of time. This can include the following:

  • Repetitive motion injuries/repetitive stress injuries
  • Occupational illnesses, including cancers
  • Respiratory illnesses
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Hearing and vision loss

Time limit to file a construction accident claim in Philadelphia

It is crucial to report any workplace injury to an employer as soon as possible. The workers compensation laws in Pennsylvania require that all workplace injuries or illnesses be reported to an employer within 21 days. However, Pennsylvania guidelines also say that an employee can still recover compensation so long as they file a claim within 120 days from the injury or illness occurring.

However, we strongly recommend that you report any on-the-job injury or illness as soon as you know about it. For repetitive motion injuries or occupational illnesses, you should report the injury or illness to your employer within 21 days from your diagnosis.

Call a Philadelphia construction site accident attorney today

If you or somebody you love has sustained an injury at a construction site in or around Philadelphia, contact the team at Solomon, Sherman & Gabay today. We understand how complicated these claims can get, particularly when navigating through the workers’ compensation system in Pennsylvania. Our goal is to help ensure that you receive coverage for your medical bills, lost income, and temporary or permanent disability benefits. When you need a Philadelphia construction site accident attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 215-665-1100.

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