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Injuries from Falling Objects & Debris

Don’t Suffer Alone. Call Our Atlanta Construction Accident Lawyers

If you have been injured by a falling object while on the job at a construction site, contact Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP. Our Atlanta construction accident attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of cases resulting from construction site injuries, including those caused by falling objects and debris.

Many people underestimate the consequences of falling debris. When you are hurt, seek immediate medical attention to help prevent future harm. After you have received treatment contact our attorneys online to get the legal advice and assistance that you need.

How Do Falling Objects Cause Serious Injury?

Although many construction sites require hard hats to be worn, a falling object that strikes a worker on the head can still cause serious brain and spinal cord injuries. In other instances, falling objects break bones and knock workers off scaffolding and ladders.

Types of falling objects that have injured our clients include the following:

  • Tools
  • Unsecured pieces of equipment
  • Debris
  • Parts of scaffolding
  • Ladders
  • Wheel barrows
  • Building materials
  • Mortar, cement, bricks and cinder blocks

Trust in a Firm with 30+ Years of Experience

Our attorneys became intimately familiar with how insurance companies view claims from their inception all the way through the settlement process, and, importantly, what specific facts lead to certain decisions. This experience has proved invaluable in the representation of our injured clients.

We have the necessary experience and credentials to competently represent injured workers throughout Georgia. If you have sustained a serious injury resulting from a falling object or debris on a construction site, call our Atlanta construction accident attorneys at Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP by calling (404) 250-3292.

If you would like a case evaluation to discuss your injuries, do not hesitate to fill out our free online form.