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Stone and Brick Masons

Connecticut Stone Mason and Bricklayer Workers' Compensation and Injury Lawyers

If you're a stone mason or bricklayer in Connecticut who has suffered an injury at work, it's crucial to understand your rights and the legal options available to you. In the construction industry, employers, general contractors, and site owners are mandated by law to ensure a safe working environment for all workers, including masons and bricklayers. Failure to do so can make them liable for any accidents that occur, leading to potential personal injury claims.

Important Information for Injured Masons and Bricklayers in Connecticut:

  • Time to act is limited. Connecticut law sets deadlines for filing a claim, so prompt action is essential.
  • The responsibility for a safe workplace falls on your employer, not on you.
  • Your injury might result from your employer's neglect or failure to adhere to safety standards.

At our law firm, we specialize in supporting stone masons and bricklayers who have been injured on the job. Our experienced attorneys have a proven track record, securing over $1.5 billion in compensation for our clients. This support covers medical expenses, lost wages, and aids in their recovery journey. We meticulously investigate each case to ascertain if there's a possibility of claiming damages from a negligent third party, alongside workers' compensation benefits.

Common Hazards and Causes of Accidents for Masons and Bricklayers:

  • Lack of proper personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Injuries from manual handling of heavy materials
  • Dangers associated with the use of power tools, working from heights, and exposure to excessive noise
  • Insufficient training or inadequate equipment to safely perform tasks

Remember, as a stone mason or bricklayer, you are entitled to a safe work environment. Negligence by contractors or property owners in providing this safety can lead to them being held accountable for any resulting accidents.

Liability and Your Rights:

Employers are obligated under OSHA standards to ensure a safe workplace. This includes providing hazard warnings, training on equipment use, regular medical exams, and necessary protective gear. However, liability can extend beyond employers to include equipment manufacturers, vendors, and other third parties on a construction site, especially if their negligence contributed to an accident.

Our law firm, with a deep understanding of these complexities, is committed to helping you navigate through these challenging times. If you've been injured, it's crucial to discuss your situation with a skilled lawyer who can help you understand your rights and the potential for compensation.

Why Immediate Action is Critical:

  • Connecticut has specific time limits for filing workers' compensation claims and for third-party negligence claims.
  • Filing a Notice of Claim is necessary when municipal entities are involved, with strict deadlines.
  • Connecticut workers compensation laws have strict time limits for filing a claim

Our attorneys are adept at ensuring all necessary steps are taken promptly to protect your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve.

Experienced Lawyers Ready to Assist Connecticut Masons and Bricklayers:

You deserve financial support to cover medical bills and compensate for lost wages after a workplace injury. Each case is unique, and the expertise of a seasoned work accident lawyer is invaluable. Our firm offers free legal consultations and is dedicated to helping you understand your rights and the best path forward.

Contact Us for Expert Legal Support:

If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, don't hesitate to reach out. We are here to provide the comprehensive support and legal expertise you need. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us help you secure the compensation you rightfully deserve.  We can be reached at any time at 860-523-8783.



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