Job Site Injury Claims

Construction sites are dangerous places. Despite state and local safety regulations, workers are seriously injured and killed in construction-related accidents far too often.

Construction accident claims are legally complex. It takes an experienced lawyer to sort out liability among all the parties involved and quantify the injured person’s right to financial compensation.


Help for Injured Construction Workers

The attorneys of Goldberg, Goldberg & Janoski have achieved positive results for people injured in construction accidents claims. If you were injured in any type of construction accident, please contact us to discuss your case. It costs you nothing to learn if we can help.

We represent people injured in a wide range of construction-related accidents, including those involving:

  • Scissor-lift trucks and bucket trucks
  • Construction vehicles
  • Falls from scaffolding, ladders or roofs
  • Trench collapses
  • Electrical wiring and equipment
  • Cranes and forklifts
  • Power tools
  • Falling objects
  • Explosions
  • Toxic chemicals

Who Is Responsible?

Our lawyers will listen as you describe how you were injured and ask you questions about what happened. Then we will identify the liable party or parties. A construction worker cannot sue his or her employer, and benefits are generally limited to workers compensation. However, many construction accidents are caused by other parties — other subcontractors, the general contractor, the building or property owner, or the manufacturer of a defective product may bear responsibility. Because of the legal relationships among all the parties as well as their multiple insurers, it is important to be represented by a law firm that understands complex business relationships as well as personal injury litigation.

Whether you were injured in a building construction project, a highway project, an office build-out or a residential remodeling project, please contact our office in West Chester, Pennsylvania, to arrange a free consultation. Call 610-436-6220.

Dangerous & Defective Products

Manufacturers cannot knowingly sell dangerous or defective products. Despite safety regulations, appliances, machinery and equipment cause serious injuries and fatalities at home, at work, on the road — everywhere.

A Tradition of Success in Product Defect Litigation

The attorneys of Goldberg, Goldberg & Janoski in West Chester, Pennsylvania, have obtained significant verdicts and settlements for people harmed by dangerous and defective products. We have decades of experience in defective product litigation. One of our early cases, involving the Dalkon Shield IUD, received national attention.  We have successfully handled products cases against Ford, General Motors, Verson Allsteel Press Co., Toro Lawn Tractors, Invacare Wheelchair Manufacturing, and Cuisinart.

Call 610-436-6220 for a Free Consultation

Please contact our law firm if you have been injured by any type of dangerous product, including:

  • Cribs, car seats, toys and other products for children
  • Industrial machinery and equipment
  • Power tools
  • Household appliances
  • Cosmetics
  • Clothing
  • Auto components, including tires, seat belts and air bags

A product can be defective in several ways. A bad product design can be the source of the problem. A defect can be introduced during the manufacturing process. A marketing defect, such as incorrect labeling or false advertising, can lead to easily avoided injuries.

Preserve the Evidence

If you have been injured by a defective product, it is essential that you maintain possession of the product that harmed you so that it can be examined for defects. We will send the product to an expert who can assess whether and in what way it was defective. If the product was destroyed in the accident, we will work to locate an identical version of the product for testing.

Not every law firm has the resources and skill to take on major manufacturers and their insurance companies. We have what it takes to stand up on behalf of injured people and succeed in these challenging cases.

To arrange a free consultation about your case, please contact our law firm by e-mail or call 610-436-6220. We represent clients on a contingency basis. You will pay no attorney’s fees unless we obtain compensation for you.