Cincinnati Construction Accident Attorneys

Find the right Construction Accident attorney in Cincinnati, OH

Can I Sue for a Workplace Injury in Ohio?

Construction sites are always hazardous places to be around or in.

If you've been hurt in a Construction Accident in Ohio, you should initially seek medical attention.

Laws of Construction Accidents in Cincinnati Ohio

There are 2 general types of construction accidents in Cincinnati.

The first encompasses all injures sustained by people who are not employed at the construction site. Most of the time, these situations involve a pedestrian being hit by falling debris. In these cases, a normal personal injury suit will occur.

The second category involves injuries suffered by employees on a work site. For the most part, these injuries are compensated through worker's compensation. However, in some cases, such as when another employee causes the injury, the injured employee may be able to recover greater damages.

The first encompasses all injures sustained by people who are not employed at the construction site. Most of the time, these situations involve a pedestrian being hit by falling debris. In these cases, a normal personal injury suit will occur.

Construction Accident Assistance in Ohio

If you were injured in a Construction Accident, no matter if you were an employee or a pedestrian, you should always contact a Cincinnati Lawyer who concentrates in Construction Accidents.

Talk to a Personal Injury Law Attorney now!

Life in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is the county seat of Hamilton County, Ohio. It has a population of over 333,000 which makes it the third-largest city in Ohio (behind Columbus and Cleveland).

In the early 19th Century, when the U.S. was rapidly expanding westward, Cincinnati became the first "boomtown" (a community that experiences sudden and massive population and economic growth) in what was then the western frontier to rival the more-established cities of the East Coast in size and wealth.

Before railroads were common, steamboats which traveled along the country's larger rivers were the predominant method of mass transport. Cincinnati, being near the Ohio River, was a major transportation hub. However, when railroads became more predominant, Cincinnati's importance in the transport industry waned, and it was quickly surpassed in population by nearby cities, such as Chicago.

Modernly, Cincinnati, Ohio is no economic slouch, and hosts headquarters or major satellite offices of many large, multinational corporations, such as Macy's, Proctor and Gamble, and The Kroger Company (a large supermarket chain, and parent company of a few smaller, regional chains).

Being a relatively large city, there are plenty of lawyers in Cincinnati, Ohio who can handle just about any legal problem that can possibly come up. While no single lawyer can handle every type of case, there are enough specialized Cincinnati, Ohio lawyers that there's at least one who can handle yours.

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