In a world filled with towering structures, construction sites, and busy commercial buildings, the risk of fallen objects can be a major concern. When objects fall from heights, they can cause serious injuries, that impact victims physically, emotionally, and financially.
Even following OSHA safety regulations at construction sites, like wearing hard hats it’s not enough to protect you from fallen objects. The negligent parties need to be held accountable for your safety and well-being. That’s where Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A., steps in to help protect you legally.
Falling objects can result in devastating traumatic brain injuries, concussions, and other head-related injuries. Other injuries can include bone fractures, dislocations, and painful breaks, sometimes even death. You have to also consider sprains, strains, bruises, and other soft tissue injuries, which can affect your quality of life and ability to work.
Besides the physical injuries, falling object accidents can lead to emotional distress, anxiety, and much more, like PTSD.
Construction and falling object cases can include:
Determining who’s responsible for the fallen object can be complicated, involving property ownership, establishing negligence, and not following safety regulations.
Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A., offers comprehensive legal support after an injury case by a fallen object. Our legal team conducts painstaking investigations to establish the cause of the accident, gather evidence, and determine liability so that you don’t fall into the insurance company’s tricks.
Let Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A., fallen object accident experts help you receive fair compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. Attorneys Robert David and Stephanie Fenstersheib along with the FLG legal team are commitment to justice and integrity for all clients and their loved ones. We’ll provide the dedication and unwavering support you need throughout the legal process and keep you informed every step of the way while we fight for your rights.