Workplace and Construction Accidents
After a construction accident, injured people and their families often think of workers' compensation as a source of compensation. In fact, most construction workers are entitled to workers' compensation after they are injured on the job.
However, workers' compensation typically falls far short of providing the full measure of economic relief that a seriously injured construction worker and/or a family of the injured person usually needs. This is particularly true in the case of accidental death or catastrophic injuries, including:
A family that has lost a breadwinner or an accident victim who has been paralyzed or suffered a serious head injury typically needs much more help than what workers' compensation provides. Therefore, it is especially important to pursue any and all other types of compensation that may be available. For more than 20 years, Joseph M. Marrone, Jr. has been fighting for the rights of people injured in workplace and construction site accidents.
Injuries can often be attributed to a third party — not the employer — which leaves open the door to third-party liability claims. Was the accident that injured you at a construction site the fault of a machinery or equipment manufacturer? An experienced and insightful construction accident lawyer can evaluate the known facts of your case and make an educated opinion as to the likelihood of a third-party liability claim.
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After a Newark industrial accident or a Cherry Hill or Philadelphia construction accident, lawyers at Marrone Law Firm LLC welcome the opportunity to offer advice and help. Our law firm advocates on behalf of injured construction workers and their families. Contact Marrone Law Firm LLC for help.