Construction is a hazardous occupation. Even the most safety-conscious workers are at risk due to the working conditions, the equipment and other people on the job site. If you are injured on the job, do you know your rights?
All employees are covered by Maryland workers' compensation, but there can be problems with securing or retaining your benefits. You may also have personal injury claims against third parties, but you will need legal representation to make those entities pay damages.
At Belsky Weinberg & Horowitz, LLC, you are represented by experienced work injury lawyers. Contact us today for a free consultation. We pursue all sources of compensation to cover your needs and help you get back on track after a serious workplace accident.
Representing Injured Construction Workers In The Baltimore Area
Our law firm has extensive experience in work injury claims, including accidents in the building trades. We have recovered compensation for all types of construction accidents:
- Falls from roofs and other heights
- Equipment injuries (ladders, scaffolds, power tools)
- Slip-and-fall hazards
- Falling objects or flying debris
- Heavy equipment (cranes, backhoes, skid loaders, etc.)
- Repetitive stress injuries (e.g., vibrating tools)
We explore claims beyond your workers' comp benefits. You may have the basis for a third-party lawsuit against a property owner, a general contractor, a subcontractor or another entity not in your chain of employment. Such a claim allows you to collect for pain and suffering and other damages not available under workers' compensation.
Baltimore Work Injury Attorneys
We understand that construction is your livelihood, and that you face serious financial hardships if your injuries keep you off the job. We are committed to helping clients recover as fully and quickly as possible.
Learn your rights and protect your interests by calling 410-344-7380 or 800-266-4732, or contact us online. Our attorneys provide a free consultation, with six office locations in Baltimore and surrounding communities.