Philadelphia, PA Ladder Fall Accidents Attorney

Roof and Ladder Falls and Serious Falls in Construction Work

Falls from heights are one of the most common causes of injury in the building trades. At Luber Law, we don’t believe in fluke accidents. We know that roof and ladder falls often stem from carelessly or deliberately ignoring safety rules. When a property owner or general contractor is responsible, injured construction workers may have grounds to sue for personal injury.

Trial lawyer Michael Luber invests the time and resources to win damages in these complicated cases. He handles third-party lawsuits in construction site accidents, providing injured workers with additional damages beyond workers’ compensation benefits.

We practice in the Philadelphia area and southeast Pennsylvania. Contact us today for a free consultation with our experienced injury attorney.

Philadelphia Roof Fall Injuries Lawyer

Roofers, carpenters, painters and anyone working at heights is at significant risk for injury from roof and ladder falls. State and federal workplace safety regulations dictate how ladders should be used and secured and mandate certain safety mechanisms for working on roofs. Unfortunately, these rules are not always observed at construction sites, with disastrous results:



 

Head injuries, spinal injuries and broken bones are common, as well as disabling injuries to shoulders, knees, wrists and ankles when working with roof and ladder falls. Michael Luber excels at maximizing compensation for serious or permanent injuries. He works with OSHA experts to pinpoint specific safety violations or other experts to identify the underlying negligence of the site owner, construction management company or equipment manufacturer.

 

 

Philadelphia Ladder Fall Accidents Lawyer

Call 215-496-1000 or 888 ASK ME LAW (888-275-6352) in the Philly Metro area, or contact us online. Construction accident attorney Michael Luber personally handles every case and offers a free initial consultation. There are no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation.