Your Towanda Construction and Workplace Accident Attorneys
Our Towanda law firm builds strong cases designed to succeed
Towanda works hard. Its mills put the borough on the map. Nowadays, many people know Towanda for its natural gas fracking industry. It's also the reason why construction work has been on the rise in recent years.
Unfortunately, accidents can happen, too. When they do, the injuries sustained by people in construction and workplace accidents can often be severe. That's why it's important for injury victims to talk to a Towanda workplace accident attorney as soon as possible. That's why we want to meet with you.
We know what we're doing at O'Malley & Langan Law Offices in Towanda. We've been doing this work for years. We know what evidence to look for, what questions to ask, and we know how to compile such information to build a strong, compelling case.
Types of construction and workplace accidents
Construction accidents and workplace accidents can happen in an instant. Suddenly, you might not be able to work for weeks or months or perhaps ever again. That's why it's important that you take your injury seriously right from the start.
We regularly work with people dealing with serious workplace and construction accidents, including:
- Slip and fall accidents at work
- Struck by an object
- Falling from a height
- Crushed or caught in between objects
- Electrocution injuries
- Burn injuries
- Lifting injuries in a hospital, clinic or other workplace
- Injuries in the meat-packing industry
Are you dealing with a different workplace injury? Whatever the circumstances, if you got hurt while doing your job, we want to help you get your life back on track.
Our Towanda lawyers work for you
The law is very clear in Pennsylvania. If you sustain an injury on the job, you are eligible for workers' compensation in most cases. You might also be eligible for Social Security benefits if you have a permanent injury or disability due to your workplace accident.
In addition, you may also be able to seek financial compensation by filing a third-party workplace accident lawsuit. You can take such legal action if the person who caused your injury works for another company, something that's common at many construction sites where more than one business works at the same work site.