Common Construction Injuries
It is taken for granted that the buildings will go up, the walls will withstand the rain and our communities will grow as we need them. However, behind all that growth are real people who can face huge challenges after getting hurt in the wrong situations.
Devlin, Cittadino & Shaw, P.C., in Trenton, New Jersey, is a law firm that understands the value of America’s builders. We focus on crafting cases that benefit construction workers who are at risk for many common injuries that most people have little chance of receiving.
If you are a construction worker suffering from any of the injuries below, contact us today. We will build a strategy around who you are and the problems you have suffered to get you compensation. Our number is .
Heavy lifting and carrying, and constant bending can lead to back strains. Lower back pain is notoriously difficult to treat and can end careers.
Even a small accident with a forklift is all it can take to strain the muscles of the neck. They are there to protect the spine. The wrong injury can make even turning your head impossible.
Working above your head is a common activity for electricians, painters and HVAC specialists. A mistimed movement or accident can cause damage to the muscles and ligaments of the shoulder. Even minor problems can take a year to recover enough to work again.
Every construction worker, from carpenters to plumbers to electricians, is reliant on their hands. The problem is that there are many ways they can be injured, from improper saw use to even a moment of carelessness with a hammer.
Falling debris is always a hazard, and even if you are wearing a hard hat that may not be enough. Hard hats do not protect from concussions, because the impact itself is enough to move the brain. A debilitating brain injury will cause endless pain for you and your loved ones.
Focusing On Your Injury
Our lawyers will focus on building a case around your injury. Whatever you have been through, we can help. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced attorney by calling 609-557-7876 or through our email form. We work on a contingency basis and do not collect fees unless we are successful.
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