Getting Help after a Ladder or Scaffolding Accident: Get Experienced Workplace Accident Attorneys to Help Recover Your Losses

If you or a loved one has worked on a construction site, you know they are dangerous places to work. Sometimes a ladder breaks or falls while someone is on it. Or a scaffolding’s safety components fail, leaving a worker to fall several stories.

With scaffold accidents, about one in three accidents and one in ten deaths are the result of bad construction. The scaffold was built with bad parts, was missing crucial parts, or was not put together correctly to start with.*

Recovering Your Losses

Gay Chacker & Mittin’s Philadelphia-based workplace accident attorneys have represented clients injured in ladder and scaffolding accidents since 1965. We are here to help you protect your rights as an injured worker, and get you the benefits you are entitled to.

We have decades of experience in handling ladder and scaffolding accident cases involving serious injuries, such as traumatic brain injury or spinal cord damage, as well as broken bones, back and neck injuries, and dislocations.

Any of these injuries can spell high medical bills, lost wages, ongoing therapy and treatments, and a big strain on your family.

Tell Us What Happened

If you or a loved one has suffered a ladder or scaffolding accident on the job, call us immediately. We have the skills and experience to advise you on when and how to file a strong workers’ compensation claim. We can help you prove the disability and receive the compensation you are entitled to.

If safety measures were ignored or equipment was faulty, you may also be able to get personal injury compensation such as pain and suffering, in addition to workers’ compensation benefits.

Contact us now to learn more about how we can help in a ladder or scaffolding accident case. There is no risk or obligation. We charge you no legal fees unless we recover money damages for you. Call us today at 1-800-LAW-4030 for a free consultation, and start rebuilding your life.

*http://www.workforcesafety.com/safety/sops/ScaffoldingSafety.pdf