Construction sites are known to be dangerous places to work. The nature of the work puts construction workers in potentially harmful situations on a daily basis, as they work at dangerous heights and have to maneuver powerful machinery and equipment to complete jobs. Despite the present dangers at construction sites, employers are required to monitor the condition of the construction site and provide workers are reasonably safe place to work. This responsibility includes providing safe equipment, adequately training workers, warning employees of potential working hazards, and providing proper assistance so that workers can complete their job safely. Although there are formal inspections and safety programs in place to protect workers, construction employees are injured by the hundreds every year.
Common construction site injuries:
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is one of Wisconsin’s largest personal injury law firms with a team of skilled Rhinelander construction accident lawyers. The Rhinelander lawyers are dedicated to the success of your case and are eager to guide you through the complex litigation process. Your employer and the manufacturer of the defective product may be liable for your injuries if you have been injured by defective construction equipment. Your initial consultation is free of charge and allows you to have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable Rhinelander attorney. To take advantage of your free initial consultation, contact the Rhinelander office today by calling (800) 242-2874.