New Haven Lawyers Representing Workers Hit By Falling Objects

Workers on construction sites face numerous hazards on a daily basis, including getting struck by falling objects. If you have suffered an injury caused by a falling object on a construction site, the lawyers at the Gillis Law Firm are here to help you seek fair and just compensation for your losses. We are the New Haven law firm injured Connecticut workers have trusted since 1978.

If you've been hit by falling objects, call our attorneys. Email our firm, or call 866-603-9810 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced, compassionate and successful lawyer.

The Dangers Of Falling Objects On Construction Sites

When an object falls from heights it can pick up speed significantly by the time it hits a worker on the ground. Even a small object such as a bolt or a small wrench can cause a serious head injury after falling from an area high off the ground. A large object such as a power tool, a toolbox or piece of heavy equipment can cause devastating injuries after falling from heights.

Head injuries are often the result of accidents involving falling objects. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can have significant and life-altering effects. Our lawyers are prepared to handle personal injury and workers' compensation cases involving serious injuries and wrongful death. We thoroughly investigate these cases to determine if the falling object was the result of improper training, failure to follow safety protocols or other forms of negligence.

Work-Site Injury Cases Are Complex, But We're Prepared

At Gillis Law Firm, we know how to hold employers, contractors and property owners accountable for falling object accidents caused by failure to post warnings, failure to enforce safety procedures and other violations. We can work with you whether you are just beginning to seek workers' compensation benefits or have already seen your claim denied.

We are also highly experienced in handling third-party claims. In many construction site accidents, a workers' compensation claim forms just one part of compensation. A third-party claim, filed against a contractor or subcontractor, can lead to additional high-value compensation.

Contact Our Connecticut Attorneys Handling Falling Object Injury Cases

If you or someone close to you has been injured in a construction accident, please contact us. We are available for evening and weekend appointments, and our office is conveniently located in downtown New Haven, near the courthouse. Call 866-603-9810 to arrange your free case evaluation.