Construction Accidents

construction accidentEvery day, scores of construction workers face dangerous working conditions in the Rochester area. Despite increased safety measures on construction sites, accidents still occur and studies indicate that more than 10 percent of all construction workers will lose time at work because of an injury on the job.

The pain and suffering caused by a devastating construction injury can have a lasting effect on the lives of the victims. Along with the physical pain they may have to endure, victims of construction accidents may also incur a life long condition that radically limits their ability to continue working in this field. Often, more serious injuries significantly alter the quality of life that victims have outside of work.

Here at Morris and Morris Attorneys, we reconstruct and investigate construction accidents to gather the most compelling evidence to determine the liable parties and the full extent of damages you are entitled to seek in a lawsuit. If you have been injured in a construction accident, contact Morris and Morris Attorneys for a no obligation consultation.

Did You Know

The construction industry is among the largest fields of employment in the U.S. with an estimated 10 million workers in both public and private sectors. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rate of workplace injury and illness in construction is 3.9 of every 100 employees. ¬†And falls remain the most common source of injury in the construction field according to a study conducted by OSHA.

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