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Construction Accidents

Massachusetts Construction Accident Attorney

Every day, construction site workers are faced with dangerous working conditions. However, many accidents can be avoided with proper supervision and planning for the protection of workers. We understand the issues faced by people who work in dangerous conditions.

For over 28 years, I have developed extensive experience representing people injured in construction site accidents. These injuries are unique and require an understanding of the construction process and the various claims available to injured workers to seek compensation for their injuries. Claims include worker’s compensation, third-party claims, and Social Security disability.

We handle all types of construction accidents and cases involving:

Construction Site Investigations and Evidence Preservation

Federal OSHA regulations and Massachusetts’ construction safety regulations were designed to protect workers on construction sites. These regulations are extensive and require employers and others on construction sites provide a safe work site and require the use of proper safety equipment. The conditions at construction sites changed quickly and it is important in the case of a serious injury or death to investigate the accident immediately to preserve evidence and identify witnesses necessary to prove the case at trial. We retain experienced investigators to gather and preserve evidence to prepare a solid case for trial. It has been our experience that cases that are properly prepared most often result in fair settlements compensating the injured person and family.

Contact John Morrissey for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Massachusetts. We offer trusted advocacy and a solid reputation for results.

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