OSHA Violations

Worcester Dangerous Construction Site Lawyer

Under federal law, employers have a duty to provide a safe work environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) establishes the standards employers must meet. When you are injured because your employer cut corners and violated safety requirements, you need an experienced attorney to protect your rights.

Flynn Law Firm, PC, bring more than 35 years of legal experience to people throughout the Metro West area in Massachusetts. Robert H. Flynn is an experienced trial lawyer and will always be willing and able to take cases to trial in order to recover full compensation for a client’s injuries. In addition to the firm’s record of success in trial, the Flynn Law Firm has successfully negotiated seven-figure settlements for the firm’s clients.

When You Have Been Injured on an Unsafe Job Site

Your attorney must understand the applicable state and federal regulations to determine whether they were violated leading to your accident and whether you have a viable claim. Attorney Robert H. Flynn has a full knowledge of these rules. The firm will also bring in experts to address the specific details of the safety violation. These experts are invaluable to clearly communicate your employer’s misconduct to a judge and jury.

Flynn Law Firm, PC, handles all types of claims involving violations of OSHA safety regulations, including:

  • Failure to adequately train workers to identify or address known hazards in the workplace such as poorly constructed scaffolding or lifts
  • Failure to set up and maintain rails, guards or barriers to prevent falls or exposure to dangerous equipment
  • Failure to implement adequate measures to protect workers at heights far above the ground, including gates or doors on cranes, personnel hoists, materials hoists and worker elevators.

Contact Flynn Law Firm, PC

To discuss your concerns with an experienced Framingham OSHA violation lawyer, contact the firm by e-mail or call 781-269-1005. We aim to recover full and fair compensation on your behalf.