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A Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer Can Help You Secure the Compensation You Need

Golitko & Daly is uniquely qualified to handle your Indiana premises liability claim involving lack of fall protection.  We have handled several slip and fall accident cases in the Indianapolis area involving various injuries, including paralysis and even death. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact Golitko & Daly today.

Construction Accident Attorneys and Work Injury Lawyers – Holding Employers Responsible

Slip and fall accidents injure or kill Indiana construction workers every year.   OSHA studies show that every year there are approximately 100,000 injuries and 150 deaths at construction sites as a result of falls.   Under OSHA and IOSHA regulations, it is the employer’s responsibility to make certain that fall protection systems are in place before actual construction work begins.

Construction Falls: Fall Protection and Fall Arrest

These OSHA mandated safety measures allow Indiana construction workers to concentrate on their job, rather than operating in an environment of fear and danger.  Fall protection is generally divided into two categories:

Fall Prevention

Basically, fall prevention is designed to prevent falls from happening in the first place.  Many times employers don’t follow these OSHA regulations, and the lack of fall protection can lead to devastating injury, paralysis, or death.

Fall Arrest

Fall arrest systems prevent Indiana construction workers from landing in a manner that would result in injury or death.  Again, employers many times take shortcuts or fail to follow OSHA and IOSHA regulations, leading to life changing consequences.

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A slip and fall in a construction area can have especially devastating consequences.

OSHA Certified Construction Accident Attorneys and Workers’ Compensation Lawyers – Defending Your Rights

The slip and fall accident lawyers at Golitko & Daly in Indianapolis have experience representing clients for both fall prevention and fall arrest construction accidents.  Iron workers, masons, painters, and laborers often suffer serious personal injuries as a result of the general contractor failing to provide, or enforce, necessary fall protection measures at Indiana construction sites. 

These failures on the part of the employer can lead to several different claims, including those involving: personal injury, pain and suffering, workers’ compensation benefits, social security benefits, lost wages, and permanent impairment, along with several other benefits available to the injured worker and their family.

Work Injuries Involving a Spine Injury

Fractures, head injuries, paralysis, spine injuries and even death are often the result of an accident caused by a lack of fall protection.  As work injury and premises liability lawyers in Indianapolis and across Indiana, we not only know what can and should have been done to prevent your construction accident or that of a loved one, but also who should be held responsible. 

As an OSHA authorized construction safety trainer, John Daly knows to look beyond blaming the worker to get to the root cause of a construction fall.  The sooner you call, the faster we can get working for you and your family.

Contact Us to File a Slip and Fall Accident Claim

Recover and maximize all benefits that are available to you if you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall accident. For premises liability claim guidance, contact our offices in Indianapolis and Kokomo today for a free consultation – we know we can help.

We will handle more than just your construction injury case; we can also handle your case before the Indiana Workers Compensation Board, and seek recovery on your lost wages, medical bills, and permanent impairment. 

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