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Stratford Construction Accident Lawyer

Even A Minor Construction Accident Can End A Career

Construction workers risk their safety and even their lives on a daily basis to earn a living and get the job done. In doing so, they trust their employers to obey essential regulations and take other steps to ensure their safety.

Whether your employer did everything possible to keep you safe or failed to take the appropriate precautions, if you have been injured in a construction accident, you are entitled to seek appropriate compensation under Connecticut’s workers’ compensation laws. At Morizio Law Firm, P.C., our Stratford construction accident lawyers can help.

In more than 20 years of workers’ compensation practice, we have represented construction workers affected by:

  • Lifting injuries (back injury)
  • Ladder and scaffolding accidents
  • Structure collapse or cave-in
  • Falling objects
  • Equipment failure
  • Falls from roofs or other heights
  • Crane, backhoe, forklift and heavy machinery accidents
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Fires, explosions and toxic exposure
  • Power lines, exposed wiring and other electric shock

We know that accidents on construction sites cause more than physical injuries. They can also compromise a worker’s livelihood, making it impossible for him or her to return to work. We understand the financial challenges this presents, and we offer our legal services on a contingency fee basis. We do not collect attorney fees unless we recover benefits for you.

Are You An Injured Connecticut Construction Worker? Contact Us

As board-certified specialists, we can help with the legal process of your construction-related workers’ compensation claim. To schedule a free initial consultation about your workers’ compensation accident and your legal rights, please contact our Stratford construction accident lawyers online or call us toll free at 475-338-3505.

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