Construction Site Fall Injuries

Have you fallen from a great height on the job? Watch this educational video on handling construction site fall injuries by one of experienced Buffalo accident lawyers, Richard Nicotra.  Contact one of our experienced accident lawyers in Buffalo NY if you were injured.

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We get calls from clients who are injured when they fall from a height at a construction site, whether it be from scaffold or from a ladder. Depending on what type of work they’re doing, they might be protected by the Strict Liability Statute of Section 240 of the construction law. The labor law does apply if people are working at a height, and they are doing more than just cleaning or routine maintenance.

If there’s a repair, parts replacement, if they’re doing structural changes, people working in those fields have a special protection because they’re both doing that activity and doing so at an elevation. If the elevation is a cause of the injury or harm, then they fall under the protection of that labor law, Section 240. That can be a great benefit because the workers who are working at elevations are the most vulnerable and susceptible to injury of most of the labor force.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]The Personal Injury Lawyers at Andrews, Bernstein, Maranto & Nicotra, PLLC fight for the rights of persons who are injured or disabled. We approach each case on an individual basis and personally assist each client with their unique needs. We are involved in every step of the legal process, and ensure that each case receives the time and effort necessary for success. 

Out of Town Legal Resources

Many times we hear from people injured in other areas of the country. While we don’t practice in Utah, we have found these personal injury attorneys in Salt Lake City, UT who could be very helpful. They have created a lot of great online educational content that you or someone you love may find valuable if you have been hurt in a construction accident in Utah. Take a look at their online construction accident resource page.