Electric and pneumatic nail guns speed up framing, shingling, and other construction work. Unfortunately, sometimes speed comes at the expense of worker safety.
If you have been injured in an accident involving a nail gun, call our office to discuss your case with a nail gun accident lawyer. You may be entitled to compensation. Our lawyers represent construction workers, including undocumented workers, who are injured in construction activities in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida.
Nail gun injuries can result from product defects, unsafe modifications to the tool, a lack of training, or other causes. A prompt investigation of the accident and the tool in question is needed to identify all parties who may be liable for your injury.
Here are examples of the most common causes of nail gun injuries:
Common injuries include nail penetration or ricochet wounds in the hands, legs, feet, heads, eyes, or other areas of the body.Free Case Evaluation
Injuries on construction and manufacturing sites can have devastating consequences, and injuries caused by crane collapses can be especially severe.
It’s important to hire a law firm with the knowledge and resources to successfully resolve your case. The attorneys on our network have a track record that is second to none.
A forklift accident may sound like a rare occurrence, but many of us see forklifts on a daily basis because they are crucial to so many different construction projects.
Forklift injuries are common, and they can be severe. If you were injured in a forklift-related accident — whether you were operating the forklift or not — you may be able to recover significant financial compensation.
Construction workers risk serious injury or death as they perform their essential tasks at construction sites throughout the country. When scaffolding is not secure, construction workers can fall from dangerous heights and suffer substantial injuries.
Of the estimated 500,000 construction accidents that occur annually, one out of every five of these accidents involves scaffolding.
Overhead electric power lines are such a commonplace sight in the United States that few people are aware of their inherent danger — and some pay a terrible price as a result.
If you or a loved one were severely or fatally injured by a downed utility power line, you may have grounds for a lawsuit and should contact us right away.
Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to discuss your case. Call our toll free number at (800) 555-1212 or complete the free case evaluation on this page. We look forward to fighting for you.
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