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A: In any personal injury matter, whether a scaffold accident or a car accident, the laws of Pennsylvania allow an injured party to recover from a person or company whose negligence contributed to the accident. The key is proving that another party’s negligence caused the accident. The only way to prove this is to have the case evaluated immediately by an experience scaffold accident lawyer.

Who Can Be Held Responsible in a Scaffold Accident Lawsuit in Pennsylvania?

In the case of a scaffold accident, a worker may recover against a non-employer such as a scaffold supplier or manufacturer. In addition, an innocent bystander who was injured in a collapse situation has potential claims against those responsible, such as:

  • the general contractor in control of the construction/work site,
  • the scaffold supplier,
  • the scaffold manufacturer,
  • subcontractors,
  • and more.

It is vital to have the case reviewed by an experienced and knowledgeable scaffold accident lawyer in Pennsylvania. Be sure to discuss the lawyer’s experience with scaffold accidents. The success of these kinds of cases often depends on having a lawyer who knows the nuances of scaffold design and assembly as well as applicable OSHA requirements.

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If you’ve been injured in a scaffold accident and would like to discuss your case with one of our Pennsylvania and New Jersey scaffold accident lawyers, call Click To Call. Our lawyers have handled many scaffold accident cases and achieved great results for our clients.

Our lawyers are available for a free, no obligation legal consultation, and can obtain special admission in other states, such as New York or Delaware, on a case by case basis.

Our scaffold accident attorneys serve injured workers in the following areas: Allegheny County, PA; Berks County, PA; Bucks County, PA; Chester County, PA; Delaware County, PA; Lehigh County, PA; Montgomery County, PA; Northampton County, PA: Philadelphia County, PA; Atlantic County, NJ; Burlington County, NJ; Camden County, NJ; Cumberland County, NJ; Gloucester County, NJ; Salem County, NJ; New Castle County, DE; Kent County, DE; Atlantic City, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Newark, NJ; Doylestown, PA; Media, PA; West Chester, PA; Norristown, PA; Camden, NJ; Wilmington, DE; Newark, DE; Georgetown, DE; and New Castle, DE. Our lawyers can obtain special admission in other states on a case by case basis.

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Published: June 30, 2012