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Construction Accident Attorneys in New Jersey

Construction accidents, like many work-related injuries, can lead to complex litigation and require the legal representation and support of an experienced professional. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our attorneys are experienced in a range of cases related to construction accidents and will aggressively pursue your claims to ensure you get the compensation you deserve.

Construction accident litigation and liability is highly complex. Every construction accident case requires the representation of a skilled and effective attorney.

Construction Accident Injuries in New Jersey

Please contact our construction accidents attorney if you are interested in learning more about litigation involving:

Construction accidents can lead to serious injuries, including wrongful death. We are experienced in general contractor liability and will investigate any claim that an employer or third party violated OSHA regulations or other internal safety regulations.

Often people often people believe that they do not have a construction accident claim because there is a workers’ compensation bar. However, if you are injured during the course of employment, often the general contractor or sub-contractor is responsible for the safety at the site. The general contractor has a duty to educate and train people so the site is safe for all workers and anyone on the premises. We will also thoroughly investigate any other people at the site who may be responsible.

Contact an Experienced NJ Construction Accident Lawyer Today!

To schedule an initial consultation or case evaluation with one of our construction accident lawyers, please contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC.

Frequently Asked Questions About Construction Accident Cases in New Jersey

FAQ: If I file a lawsuit for construction accident injuries, how does that impact my workers’ compensation?

You can collect workers’ compensation benefits and file a lawsuit to get additional compensation for construction accident injuries. Your benefits will continue to be paid. Any compensation recovered in a third-party lawsuit may have to be repaid to workers’ compensation. For example, if your third-party claim gets you full compensation for all lost wages, you will have to repay the partial lost wages you already received via workers’ compensation.

FAQ: Why should I pursue a third-party claim for more compensation if I’m already getting New Jersey workers’ compensation?

Construction accident injuries can be particularly serious. It’s the nature of the job. Workers’ compensation only reimburses a part of what you might be eligible to receive if a third-party claim is viable. In a third-party lawsuit, you may be eligible for compensation for pain and suffering, your full lost wages, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life and more.

FAQ: Who might be financially responsible for my construction accident injuries?

Any third-party who was involved and who is not your employer or a co-worker. Depending upon what happened in your case, we may potentially pursue a claim against a negligent:

– Contractor or subcontractor
– Property owner
– Engineer or architect
– Company that was hired to perform some type of service on the construction site, such as equipment repairs or maintenance
– Equipment manufacturer

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