Injured By A Falling Objects On A Construction Site?
Have you or a loved one suffered serious injuries after being hit by a falling object while working at a construction site? You have the right to take action and seek compensation. At Kammholz Rossi PLLC – Personal Injury Lawyers, our lawyers have decades of experience handling cases like these. When you choose our law firm, we will put our core values of integrity, creativity, personal service and excellence to work for you.
We Investigate Falling Object Cases Thoroughly
Our attorneys have handled cases involving falling sheet rock and other construction materials. We have handled cases involving falling parts from cranes and other equipment, falling scaffolding and more. We have also handled cases of injuries incurred by construction falls. We know what to look for in these cases.
Did the general contractor fail to follow established construction safety guidelines, even something as simple as providing helmets? Was a piece of equipment defective, meaning the manufacturer is responsible? Was the equipment not properly set up? We know the questions to ask to find out who was responsible for the accident. We will hold that party accountable.
We Have Experience On Both Sides
Our experience is not limited to representing victims in falling object accident cases. We are unique in that we have experience on both sides. Attorney Bradley Kammholz has spent his entire career representing accident victims. This experience is important. It means we know how our opponents think. We have been in their shoes. We know their methods, which include trying to disprove liability. We know how to overcome their methods. We do it every day.
Free Consultation With an Experienced New York Personal Injury Attorney
No Fee Unless We Succeed
Call 585-678-4500 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Rochester falling object injury lawyers. We handle cases on a contingency basis, so you pay no attorneys fees unless we are successful in getting you compensation.