Massachusetts Lawyers Providing Strong Representation for People Injured in Construction Accidents
The personal injury attorneys at the Keches Law Group, P.C. have always had a strong connection with workers and with unions. If you work in construction, you know how dangerous a work site can be — especially when contractors and subcontractors are more concerned about deadlines and costs than they are about worker safety.
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The Keches Law Group, P.C., has represented injured workers in the trades in various professions and from every walk of life in the greater Boston area and throughout Massachusetts for more than 20 years. If you have been injured in a construction site accident or if a loved one suffered a wrongful death in a construction site accident, our personal injury lawyers want to help you receive all the benefits you are entitled to. The Keches Law Group, P.C. has a no-fee policy, which means that you only pay attorney's fees when we get results in your case.
Construction sites can be dangerous. Serious injury and disability can result.
In far too many construction accidents, the injured worker may be unable to return to work for months or ever again. Workers' compensation can cover medical treatment and partial wage loss, but serious injuries may require a career change or reliance on Social Security disability benefits. Whatever the case, our attorneys are here to fight for you.
Was someone other than your employer responsible for your construction accident?
As you probably know, you cannot sue your employer for a workplace accident; you must turn to the workers' compensation system for these benefits. But if your accident was caused by the negligence of another contractor or subcontractor or by a defective product or defective equipment, you may have a third-party liability lawsuit against that contractor, subcontractor or equipment manufacturer.
- Did the scaffolding or ladder fail causing a dangerous fall?
- Was safety netting or harnessing defective or not provided?
- Were holes on the site left unguarded? Were there insufficient railings?
- Was debris left on the site, causing a trip and fall?
- Did falling objects cause your injuries?
When contractors and equipment manufacturers jeopardize the safety of others, they must be held accountable. Our firm is always on the side of the worker. Contact us for a free consultation.