Construction zones are typically places where accidents are waiting to happen. Strewn debris, malfunctioning safety devices, and the challenges associated with coordination of efforts of numerous subcontractors and delivery services contribute to hazardous working conditions. Workers are drawn by attractive pay, but are often pushed to perform beyond levels they can safely keep up day after day — which sometimes leads to inattention and carelessness. One person’s mistake can mean another person’s tragedy. Call the San Mateo construction accident lawyers of Galine, Fry, & Fitting at (650) 345-8484 or contact us online today.Construction Injury Lawyers in San Mateo County
If you have been injured or if a family member has lost his or her life in a construction site accident in the San Francisco Bay Area, contact the injury accident attorneys at Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos to schedule a free initial consultation. We offer case evaluations to determine when it is appropriate to file a claim or lawsuit in pursuit of compensation for blunt force injuries, fall injuries, crush injuries, amputations, or electric shock injuries.Construction Site Injuries & Safety Regulations
Construction Workers may be injured while working for a contractor or subcontractor in any number of ways, in spite of the existence of safety regulations designed to protect them. Examples of injuries associated with construction site accidents include the following:
- Spinal Injuries
- Brian Injuries
- Slip and fall accidents on stairs or through unsecured openings at job sites
- Failure to clean up, store, or secure dangerous equipment, power tools, or objects in use by other subcontractors: electricians, plumbers, carpenters, and welders
An effective construction site accident lawyer in San Mateo works hard to locate any and all sources of liability and responsibility after a building site injury. In many cases, workers’ compensation is not the only path to reimbursement for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Products liability may be a factor when faulty equipment causes a construction site accident. Subcontractors may be responsible — and when they are not the employers of the victim, their insurance may be the most logical source of compensation for the injured person.
To schedule a free initial consultation with a San Mateo construction accident attorney after a construction site injury contact the law offices of Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos by calling (650) 345-8484 or email us today.