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Construction Site Injury Lawyers in Pittsburgh

Helping Pittsburgh Workers Recover For Construction Site Injuries Throughout Western PA

We’ve all seen construction sites. Driving or walking by in the midst of a construction project, hazardous equipment, large holes or trenches and all sorts of debris are scattered around.

Under the law, construction site owners or managers have a duty to make sure the area is safe for visitors or those likely to enter the property. If they fail to implement safety measures or provide proper warning about property hazards they could be responsible for the theory or premises liability if a person is injured.

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about construction site injuries in Pittsburgh, PA, see the Goodrich & Geist, P.C. construction accident FAQ page.

Helping Injured Workers

Injured construction workers are the most vulnerable to injury simply because of the time they spend on construction sites. Many unnecessarily suffer injuries from collapsed cranes, trenches that have caved in or defective safety harnesses.

Recovery For Members Of The Public

In other situations, members of the public suffer injuries because of unsecured dugouts or channels or unsupervised equipment or materials. Some have even lost their lives due to unsafe zones.

Reach Out To Our Attorneys

At Goodrich & Geist, P.C., we know the law and have helped many people throughout Pittsburgh recover for construction site injuries involving a wide range of situations.

Let us help you. Either call 412-766-1455 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consult to talk in depth with one of our lawyers about your injury and the facts surrounding the incident. We can discuss potential legal options and ways to get you back on your feet.

We’ve also helped individuals recover from injuries sustained on other types of property.  Our attorneys serve injured clients throughout Western Pennsylvania, including Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Westmoreland County, Washington County and Erie County.

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