Personal Attention To Your Construction Accident Injury

Tremendous precision and skill go into construction work. While building homes, businesses, stadiums and rental complexes, construction workers are continually in harm's way. Proper safety measures must be put into effect to protect construction workers throughout Appalachia. But sometimes, these safety measures fail, resulting in a serious equipment injury for an employee on the job.

Cormany Law PLLC has over 20 years of experience defending construction workers who were injured at work due to a hazardous work environment. Construction accidents often happen due to a lack of adherence to safety precautions, improperly maintained equipment or falls from great heights. With Jon Kristofer Cormany as your attorney, you may be able to seek compensation against the company you were working for when you were injured.

What Construction Accident Injuries Are Covered?

Under West Virginia law, contractors, subcontractors, supervisors and maintenance personnel may all be held liable for a workplace accident injury. These personal injury cases may include:

  • Electrocution or electrical shock
  • Being crushed by equipment
  • Falling from scaffolding
  • Trucking accidents
  • Inhaled hazardous chemicals

You may also seek financial damages for serious injuries such as burns, amputations or even wrongful death. Mr. Cormany uses the law to determine the full cost of such injuries as well as their future ramifications. He holds construction companies accountable for their negligence causing accidents on the job.

Seek Compensation Today

If you were hurt working on a construction site and believe someone else was at fault, you may be eligible for a personal injury claim. You need an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side.

Cormany Law PLLC provides free consultations at our Charleston and Davis office locations. There is no payment until a claim is won and damages are recovered for you. Contact Cormany Law PLLC to inquire about your claim at 304-205-1818.