Fall accidents at work in New Jersey & Pennsylvania often result in serious injuries, whether they occur at office buildings, factories or on construction sites. It's crucial to seek legal help ASAP to figure out whether the injured worker can get compensated outside of workers' comp.
I’m a Pennsylvania resident and slipped and fell at work. I broke my arm and was out of work for 2 months. Because the fracture didn’t heal, I will need another surgery. Can I sue my employer, even though I made a workers’ compensation claim?
What is Pennsylvania law for fall accidents at work? Can an employer be held liable? What about maintenance companies or other parties? Our Philadelphia work injury lawyers discuss legal issues in fall accidents at work.
OSHA rule changes, effective January 17, 2017, will target falls in the workplace including working-walking surface hazards and fall protection equipment systems. The changes are designed to increase consistency across industries and prevent an estimated 6,000 work injuries each year.
Falls from heights are one of the most common causes of major work accidents in New Jersey and New York (Region 2, OSHA). Get info about the Local Enforcement Program.
Top rated NJ work injury lawyer discusses work fall accident that left a worker paralyzed. The man fell after a makeshift platform toppled from a forklift. As a result, the NJ employer was cited by OSHA for violating OSHA regulations.
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