Dangerous Equipment

Dangerous Equipment Can Lead To Deadly Injuries

Construction sites usually contain equipment that can be dangerous and potentially deadly if the operator does not have sufficient training. From power tools to heavy machinery, supervisors are required to properly maintain this equipment and to provide adequate training for personnel. Regardless of how you were injured or what injured you, it is important that you have an experienced lawyer on your side to protect you against insurance companies and even employers who want to retaliate against you after filing for workers’ compensation. At Campbell & Associates, we are real attorneys who genuinely care about your well-being and your struggles.

Our Attorneys Will Help Maximize Your Benefits

If you were injured while working on a construction site, we can help you file for workers’ compensation. If a third-party (not your employer) was liable for your injuries, then you may be able to pursue additional benefits through a personal injury lawsuit. In either case, our firm is prepared to protect you no matter what. We have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, which shows you that we know what it takes to win.

Our lead attorney, Colin Campbell, has been included in both Super Lawyers list and Best Lawyers in America, and has received the highest rating for legal ability and ethics from the Martindale-Hubbell. We are recognized by our community for our proven advocacy and dedication to superior client service. Everything we do is to make our clients happy, and it is truly our honor to be able to serve the people of Western New York.

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