Compensation For Construction Accidents

Have you recently been injured in a construction accident? If so, you are probably aware that serious work-related injuries will generally make you eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits. What you may not be aware of is the fact that workers' compensation only covers a portion of your lost wages. Something else few people know, and something that even many construction workers are surprised to learn, is that often, construction accidents can lead to personal injury claims against third parties as well.

For a free consultation regarding your construction accident, contact Law Offices of John J. LaCava, LLC, and talk to an experienced attorney today.

What Type Of Accident Injured You?

At the Law Offices of John J. LaCava, LLC, we represent injured construction workers throughout Fairfield County and help them to obtain compensation from all sources of liability. As a firm, our practice covers all types of accidents and negligence, including:

  • Scaffolding collapses
  • Falls from unsecured ladders
  • OSHA violations
  • Contractor/subcontractor negligence
  • Crane accidents
  • Excavator accidents
  • Injuries and deaths caused by tool or machinery malfunctions

As a client, we believe you will find that the commitment our attorneys and staff have to honest communication, responsiveness, and personalized attention and service is difficult to match. We genuinely want to be helpful in any way that we can. Our goal is to make the legal process — whether it's a personal injury claim or a workers' compensation appeal — as comfortable and hassle-free for you as possible.

Because of this, we take the time upfront to clearly explain how the law applies to your case and to let know what your legal options are. We also keep you apprised of what to expect each step of the way as your claim moves forward. In short, we provide you with the information that will empower you to make the best possible legal decisions concerning your case.

Take Action

You can reach us at any of our three convenient Fairfield County locations by calling our office or by contacting us online with a brief description of your situation. You can speak with a lawyer directly for free about your case.

You will pay no fees unless we recover compensation in your case.