Construction accident litigation involves
injuries that occur on any type of construction
project/site. Accidents/injuries often occur
during work involving demolition, excavation,
grading, erection, maintenance, painting,
remodeling, renovation, repair and may also
involve use of equipment such as backhoes,
cranes, trench boxes, scaffolds, ladders, etc.
Injuries can occur due to unsafe work practices,
the negligence of other trades, from dangerous
equipment/materials, trip and falls, etc.
In construction accident litigation, the owner,
construction managers, general contractor and/or
prime contractor are responsible to provide all
workers with a reasonably safe place to work.
Additional duties may be imposed by the Michigan
Occupation Safety and Health Act (MIOSHA), Local
Building Codes, as well as the Association of
General Contractors (A.G.C.) And American
Institute of Architects (AIA) contract
Construction projects frequently involve
multi-employer work sites and complex contracts
between the companies performing the work.
Because of this, I recommend that if you are
involved in a construction accident, that you
allow me to review your facts to determine the
full extent of your legal rights and remedies.
Oakland County Construction Accident Attorney