Scaffolding Collapse

New Jersey Scaffolding Collapse Injury Attorneys

Representing Construction Accident Injury Victims in Bergen County and throughout New Jersey

Scaffolding is an essential part of construction projects throughout the region. The general contractor and its suppliers carry the responsibility to ensure that the scaffolding on the work site is safe and sufficient for the job. If that responsibility is not met, it places every worker on the site at unnecessary and avoidable risk.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a construction accident involving defective scaffolding, you should seek the advice of a scaffolding collapse injury lawyer. In addition to the workers’ compensation benefits available through your employer, you may also be able to seek compensation in a separate personal injury claim.

Please schedule a free initial consultation with our scaffolding accident injury lawyers today by calling 973-435-4551 (toll free at 888-409-0816). You may also contact our law firm online.

Resolving Your New Jersey Construction Accident Injury Case

At Fronzuto Law Group, Attorneys at Law, we dedicate our entire practice to helping injury victims who suffer due to the negligence of another. We have extensive experience representing clients in scaffolding collapse claims. We conduct a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the collapse and who was responsible.

We handle cases involving defective scaffolding, including the following:

  • Scaffolding that could not hold the weight necessary for the job
  • Scaffolding built using worn or unmatched parts
  • Scaffolding that was not properly secured to the building
  • Gaps in flooring that lead to serious falls

We seek full compensation for all of the losses suffered by scaffolding collapse victims, including medical care, loss of income and earning capacity, pain and suffering, and any other considerations appropriate to your case.

Contact our New Jersey Scaffolding Collapse Injury Lawyers to Discuss Your Case

Contact one of our offices today to schedule a free initial consultation about your scaffolding collapse injury claim: 973-435-4551 (toll free at 888-409-0816).

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Our attorneys advocate for those who suffer injuries due to the negligence of physicians, nurses, other health care professionals, hospitals, and medical facilities.

Medical Malpractice

Our team addresses the most complex of pediatric malpractice cases, including rare conditions such as craniosynostosis and plagiocephaly.

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If you or your child suffers from a birth injury, Fronzuto Law Group can help.

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