New Jersey Construction Worker Injuries Attorney

Construction work often involves heavy duty labor, and light or moderate work is rarely available. When a construction worker suffers a serious on-the-job injury it can mean the devastating loss of a career. Because of their specialized skills, pay and benefits, injured laborers frequently cannot find comparable work. Many lives and families can fall apart following a serious work injury.

For injured construction workers and laborers in Monmouth County, Middlesex County, Union County, Ocean County and other counties across New Jersey, there is hope. The workers’ compensation lawyers at the Law Offices of John F. Marshall have been fighting hard for the rights of injured workers for over 15 years. We can quickly and accurately evaluate and handle your injury claim. At the negotiation table or at trial, we can help you recover fair compensation for your work injuries.

Contact us at the Law Office of John F. Marshall in Shrewsbury to arrange a free consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer about construction-related injuries.

Severe Injures, Fatalities and Third Party Claims

While many workers’ injuries at construction sites typically qualify for income and medical benefits under workers’ compensation, it may not be enough to cover the costs of a catastrophic injury. A fall from a scaffolding, ladder or rooftop can result in a debilitating head injury, or back injury. Dangerous equipment, electrocution or explosions can cut careers and lives short, leaving families struggling with an uncertain future.

From uncovering OSHA violations by property and construction project owners to contractor and sub-contractor negligence, our workers’ compensation attorneys explore all possible third party claims. Often overlooked, these claims can be a vital means of obtaining additional damages for temporary or permanent disability, pain and suffering, loss of earning potential and a reduced quality of life.

Do you have a construction injury claim? We can help make a difference.

If your job injury results in aggravation of and preexisting injury, you may still have a valid workers’ comp claim. Contact at the Law Offices of John F. Marshall to schedule a free initial consultation with our skilled workers’ compensation and third party claim attorneys. We can help you find the financial resources you need to move on with your life. Call today at 877-450-8301.

Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Ocean County, New Jersey

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