Contruction Accident Lawyer in Brooklyn
Injuries from Construction Site Debris
Construction sites contain many different types of building materials.
When a construction job if finished, these materials may be left at the
site. Construction debris can pose a serious health and safety risk to
all that come on the property after the work is finished. If you have
been injured by construction debris, you should contact an experienced
Brooklyn construction accident attorney to discuss filing a lawsuit to compensate you for your injuries.
One hazard that construction site debris poses to visitors is stepping
on leftover construction materials. Debris such as nails, metal, and other
building supplies can slice through a shoe or clothing, causing lacerations
and puncture wounds. Due to the unsanitary nature of these materials,
a victim can be susceptible to infection and disease. Dangerous debris
can cause serious hazards not just to the general public, but also to
construction workers who are continuing work on an unfinished project.
If you were injured because you suffered a cut or puncture wound from
construction debris, you should call a Manhattan construction injury lawyer
to discuss filing a claim. Material that is not properly removed from
a construction site can also pose a serious trip and fall hazard.
free consultation from our Brooklyn injury firm today.
Pursue Justice for Construction Accidents
Leftover wood, wires, metal, and other building supplies create a hazardous
walking surface. Construction workers who are continuing their work on
the project can be at risk for injuring themselves on the debris that
is improperly cleared. Fall hazards can result in broken bones, lacerations,
bruising, and serious muscular injuries to the victim. These injuries
can be devastating to a person who is employed in the construction industry.
Toxic substances can also be a byproduct of construction work. If not
removed and disposed of properly, these materials can pose a serious health
threat to anyone who comes in contact with them.
Many construction jobs require their workers to handle materials that include lead and
asbestos. These materials should only be handled with the proper safety equipment,
including a breathing apparatus. If the material is left behind as debris,
however, the people who come in contact with it will not know what it
is or have the proper safety equipment to handle it, putting them at risk
of developing diseases and cancer from exposure to toxic chemicals. Even
some kinds of plasterboard can create a hazardous gas if they are not
disposed of correctly.
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