Construction sites are busy, often chaotic locations with many dangers, including people working at great heights, extensive heavy equipment and other vehicle traffic, moving loads and uneven terrain. In fact, any industrial or office environment poses injury risks that we may not think much about until a serious accident occurs.
If you have been injured at work on a construction site or elsewhere, your future well-being may depend on your decision to contact an experienced personal injury attorney. While workers' compensation insurance may be one important source of support, our lawyer will investigate to determine if someone other than your employer should be held liable for what happened to you.
Proven Results for Victims of Falls, Vehicle Collisions and Other Accidents
We have the resources to conduct a full investigation and pursue maximum compensation for you after a Jersey Shore job accident such as:
- A fall from a ladder, scaffolding or other heights
- A motor vehicle accident on the job site
- Injuries caused by malfunctioning or poorly maintained equipment or tools
A range of situations may justify a high-value "third-party" claim or lawsuit against someone other than your employer — such as a subcontractor, general contractor, consultant or equipment manufacturer. If you are dealing with serious head, back, spinal or other injuries that will keep you off the job, you owe it to yourself and your family to explore all options for obtaining financial compensation.
Benefit From Focused, Experienced Legal Counsel: 609-736-2203
When you turn to us at The Law Office of Jeffery A. April, Esquire, you can be confident in our honesty and dedication, as well as legal skill that has delivered numerous favorable outcomes for accident victims throughout the greater Atlantic City, New Jersey, area.
Beginning with a free case evaluation, you will be able to focus on your personal recovery while we explore and pursue viable options to help you financially. In personal injury cases, we charge no attorney fees unless and until you succeed in winning compensation to help with medical bills and other damages.