Inadequate construction training that results in an injury or fatality in Pennsylvania is no excuse for causing you or your loved one harm.

Construction companies have a legal obligation to properly train workers and hire skilled workers who underwent the necessary training to operate certain types of equipment. If companies fail to do so, they have to be held legally responsible for construction accidents caused by untrained workers.

Inadequate Construction Training is a State and Federal Safety Violation

Construction companies that employ untrained workers are often violating state and federal regulations. OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) is the federal agency responsible regulating workplace safety and health. When companies violate such regulations, the penalties can often be very severe.

Why hire a lawyer after inadequate construction training caused you harm?

Proving that your accident occurred due to inadequate construction training can be difficult. That’s because many companies might insist that they provided the necessary training or even go so far as to try to falsify documents. We’re familiar with such tactics and know how to uncover the truth.

Having a knowledgeable, experienced lawyer in Pennsylvania on your side can make a dramatic difference in your case. Pennsylvania injury attorney Michael Pisanchyn and his colleagues know the law inside and out. And they know how to use that information to build rock-solid cases designed to get clients the compensation they rightfully deserve.

Discover what we can do for you. Contact us today. Call (800) 444-5309 and schedule a free case evaluation. Best of all, if you choose us to represent you, you only pay fees if you win. That’s because we work on a contingency fee basis. It’s that simple.

Put the power of a contingency fee lawyer in PA to work for you. Contact the Pisanchyn Law Firm The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you get your life back on track.