Contractors, subcontractors, and bystanders can be seriously injured on construction sites when the proper safeguards and precautions are not followed. Children may also become victims of construction site injuries when construction sites are not properly secured or maintained. Common construction site injuries include:
- Falls from Roofs
- Falls from Scaffolding
- Falls from Ladders
- Improper Fall Protection
- Uneven and dangerous Ground
- Toxic Fume Exposure
- Chemical Burns
- Electric Shock
- Nail Gun Injuries
- Vehicle Accidents
- Defective Tool or Machinery Accidents
- Burn Injuries
If you’ve been injured as a result of a in a Delaware Construction Accident, you may be entitled to money compensation for your injuries, including compensation for medical bills, lost wages, out-of-pocket expenses, and pain and suffering. To understand what your rights are and what relief you may be entitled to, you should get advice from an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney as soon as possible.
Tiffany M. Shrenk, Esquire has experience handling construction cases and representing individuals who have suffered construction site injuries due to the negligence of an individual or business (excluding a co-employee or employer). She will answer the questions you have, such as “How will my medical bills be paid?” and “Can I be compensated for my pain and suffering?”
Tiffany offers free consultations for individuals seeking representation as a result of a personal injury case, such as a claim stemming from a construction site accident. Tiffany meets with potential personal injury clients at her office in Centreville, Delaware, just minutes north of Wilmington and can arrange to meet with individuals in MacElree Harvey’s Offices located in Kennett Square and West Chester. Hospital and home visits may be arranged in the event your injuries make it too difficult to travel.
If you have been injured in a construction site accident, contact Tiffany at (302) 654-4454 or [email protected] to schedule a free consultation.