Count on Our Scranton Construction and Workplace Accident Attorneys
Our Scranton law firm builds strong legal cases in Lackawanna County
Scranton works hard. It's what put our city on the map. We mined coal. We made iron. We built railroads. That drive to make things continues in Scranton. New buildings get built or renovated ever year. Same with houses. It's also the reason why many companies have offices in Scranton, real and fictional. They know they can count on the people here to do the job right.
That's why we work hard when you get hurt on the job. We get it at O'Malley & Langan Law Offices. Our Scranton workplace accident lawyers respect what you do. We want to help you get back on your feet and get on with your life. We know how disruptive construction and workplace accidents can be for everyone involved, and we truly want to help.
Types of construction and workplace accidents
Construction and workplace accidents in Scranton can cover a wide range. Some of the most common - and most serious - workplace accidents we handle at our law firm include:
- Common construction accidents:
- Falls from a height
- Struck by an object
- Caught in between objects
- Common workplace accidents:
- Slip and fall accidents (often due to unmarked hazards)
- Back injuries (often due to lifting heavy objects)
- Injuries due to unsafe working conditions
- Accidents due to mistakes made by untrained workers
Whatever type of workplace accident you're dealing with in Scranton, whether you were injured in a hospital, a restaurant, warehouse or office park, we can help you demand the financial compensation you rightfully deserve.
Our lawyers work for you
You might think you don't need a lawyer after your Scranton workplace or construction accident. All you need to do is tell your employer you got hurt on the job and they'll take care of everything, right? Don't be so sure. In many cases, many workplace accidents turn out to be far more complicated.
The reasons why cover a wide range. Your employer might question whether you got hurt at work. Your insurance company might downplay the severity of your injury. Or a company-approved doctor might be pushing you to go back to work before you feel better.
Don't let them push you around. You have rights. We can fight for them. Discover what a dedicated, Scranton workplace accident attorney can do for you. Contact our Scranton law firm and schedule your free case evaluation right now.