Construction Site

Hart Law Protects the Rights of Construction Workers

Some of us have more dangerous jobs than others and, in the construction industry, it is the responsibility of the employer to hire workers who are knowledgeable in their trade. However, it is also the responsibility of the employer to maintain a standard of safety on the job site. Hart Law in the Atlanta area has been championing the rights of injured laborers, trade, and construction workers for years, and has the legal know-how you need in the event that you're injured on the job. If you have suffered a serious personal injury in the Atlanta area, it's in your best interest to secure competent and knowledgeable legal representation. Find out what Hart Law can do for you.

Common Construction Site Dangers

Although a construction site is, by nature, a work zone that demands careful attention to avoid injury, there are some common unacceptable hazards that often lead to serious injury. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets out rules to keep the workplace safe, but hazardous situations can arise anyway. Consult with an attorney about legal actions if you suffered injury due to any of the following or other dangerous construction site situations:

  • Improper ladder/scaffolding placement
  • Malfunctioning machinery
  • Obstructed walkways/stairs
  • Negligent/careless co-workers
  • Company vehicle accidents
  • Falling objects
  • Fires/explosions
  • Electrocution
  • Crushed/backed between walls, vehicles, etc.

Often, negligence is the cause for construction site accidents. If you were injured at work, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We understand that mistakes happen, but you shouldn't have to pay for someone else's negligence or carelessness. Contact Atlanta's compassionate personal injury law firm — Hart Law. We are ready to help you.

Contact Scott Hart — Construction Worker Injury Attorney

We offer free consultations, and accept cases on a contingency basis. If you are entitled to compensation for a job site injury, we want to help secure what you deserve and require. You will only pay an attorney fee when we successfully collect on your claim, so don't wait to procure our legal advice. Begin your process of recovery by contacting the law office of Scott Hart at (770) 450-1209.