Philadelphia, PA Work Safety Violation Attorney

OSHA Violations at the Root of Construction Accidents

Construction sites and industrial plants are subject to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. When those rules are bypassed to save time or money, the risk of injury for construction or maintenance workers rises dramatically.

At Luber Law, we aggressively represent injured workers in personal injury lawsuits against third parties who may be liable for flouting workplace safety regulations or failing to keep workers safe.

We handle industrial and construction accidents in the Philadelphia area and southeast Pennsylvania. Contact us today for a free consultation about your situation.

Philadelphia, PA OSHA Violation Lawyer

Personal injury lawyer Michael Luber has advocated for injury victims for nearly 40 years, including workers in the building trades who have suffered serious or catastrophic injuries because of safety lapses. He works with top experts in construction site safety and industrial accidents to identify specific OSHA violations or state and local code violations regarding:

  • Safety training and education
  • Equipment certification
  • Fall protection (harnesses, guardrails)
  • Fire protection
  • Lighting and ventilation
  • General safety (hard hats, eye protection, earplugs)
  • Assembly and inspection of scaffolding
  • Machinery guards and cut-offs
  • Flammables and other hazardous materials
  • Slipping or tripping hazards
  • Safety code violations
  • Inclement weather



General contractors can assert statutory immunity as employers, but Luber Law has overcome this barrier when contractors failed in a clear responsibility for safe working conditions. We also pursue claims against property owners, construction managers and subcontractors for safety code violations resulting in injury or wrongful death.



Philadelphia Work Safety Violation Lawyer

Call 215-496-1000 or 888 ASK ME LAW (888-275-6352) in the Philly Metro area, or contact us online. You will work directly with Philadelphia construction vehicle accident attorney Michael Luber. He offers a free initial consultation, and there are no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation.