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After Suffering A Construction Accident Injury, Speak With A Lawyer To Pursue Compensation

Construction sites are among the most hazardous workplace environments for both construction workers and passersby. Falling debris, exposure to harmful chemicals and numerous other construction-related incidents often result in serious injuries that can land you in the hospital, keep you out of work and leave you wondering what to do next.

For a free consultation to discuss your options for full and fair compensation after a construction accident, contact our office in Manalapan today. We represent clients throughout Monmouth County and Middlesex County.

Injured In A Construction Accident? We Are Here To Help.

At the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., we help injured workers and others affected by construction accidents obtain the compensation, benefits and treatment they need to get back on their feet. As a firm equipped to handle both plaintiff personal injury and workers’ compensation cases, we can help you pursue all possible forms of compensation for your injuries, including:

  • Falls from scaffolding, roofs and other heights
  • Impacts from falling objects
  • Accidents with machinery or equipment
  • Electrical accidents
  • Inadequate fencing or other security
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals
  • Inadequate safety equipment and training
  • Motor vehicle accidents involving construction vehicles
  • Intrusion of construction equipment into roads and sidewalks
  • Burns

With more than 25 years of experience, our principal attorney, Jack Stillman, knows the state and federal laws regulating workplace safety in and around construction sites. By completing a thorough investigation, he can determine if negligence on the part of your employer or a third party caused the incident, pursue compensation through your workers’ compensation benefits as well as lawsuit against the subcontractor, manufacturer or another party that played a role in your accident.

Although construction sites are implicitly hazardous places to work, that doesn’t mean property owners, contractors and subcontractors can ignore their legal obligation to comply with state and federal workplace safety laws. You shouldn’t be stuck paying medical bills, be forced to bear the brunt of lost wages, and suffer through the physical and emotional pain and suffering of a serious injury. Let us help you pursue the compensation and benefits you deserve so you can start moving forward with your life.

A Litigation Lawyer Standing Up For Injured Construction Workers

Hurt on the job? Don’t wait, contact the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A.., and schedule a free personal injury consultation. Call 732-333-8942or complete an online contact form to speak with attorney Jack Stillman.