I fell off a scaffold that wasn’t constructed correctly. Do I have a case?


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A: One of the main reasons scaffold accidents occur is failure to construct scaffolds appropriately or failure to have proper fall protection systems in place. Workers who either fall off of a scaffold or get hit with debris and other items falling off of a scaffold may have legal rights beyond workers’ compensation. Click here to read more about obtaining compensation over and above workers’ compensation in a Pennsylvania work accident involving a scaffold.

In many instances of a scaffold accident, OSHA regulations were ignored, and thus there may be a negligence claim against a general contractor, subcontractor or other party. For instance, a scaffold manufacturer or maintenance company may bear liability. Success in any workplace accident case depends on having the case properly investigated by a knowledgeable Pennsylvania work accident lawyer.

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To submit your case for review by our Pennsylvania and New Jersey workplace and scaffold accident lawyers, call Click To Call. Our lawyers are available for a free, no obligation legal consultation, and can obtain special admission in other states, such as New York or Delaware, on a case by case basis.

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