Injured On The Job As A Construction Worker?
Construction is one of the most dangerous fields of work across the United States. This is true across all kinds of construction — from residential and commercial to roads and roofing. In Massachusetts alone, thousands of construction workers are injured on the job every year.
Workers’ compensation is a critical safety net for these employees. After a work injury or illness, you may be entitled to benefits such as:
- Medical coverage
- Wage replacement
- Disability benefits
- Rehabilitation benefits
However, it’s important to work with an attorney who understands workers’ comp.
We’ll Fight For The Benefits You Deserve
At the law firm of Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates, we can help you with all stages of your claim. Our lawyers work with doctors and nurses on staff to build strong cases. We know how to gather the evidence necessary to prove your claim. With our legal team on your side, you can rest assured that the insurance company won’t be able to trample your rights.
Turn to us for help with any type of construction-related injury, including:
- Falls from ladders, platforms or scaffolding
- Getting hit by falling objects
- Electrical shocks
- Vehicle collisions
- Crane accidents
- Burns (thermal or chemical)
- Exposure to toxic substances
- Accidents involving heavy machinery
- Trench collapses and excavation accidents
- Heavy lifting injuries
We’ll Investigate Whether You Have Other Claims, Too
Depending on your situation, workers’ comp might not be your only source of recovery. You may also have a personal injury claim if a subcontractor (or another third party) contributed to your injuries. We can assess whether you have this type of claim, and if so, our seasoned trial lawyers can help you pursue it.
We also handle death benefits and wrongful death claims for family members of construction workers who were tragically killed on the job.
To get in touch with our team, call our office in the Boston area at 1-877-LAW-DOCS. Your initial consultation is absolutely free.