Philadelphia Construction Accident Lawyer
Premises Liability and Workplace Injuries
McCann & Wall, LLC, has the experience to pursue injury and wrongful death claims involving structural and foundation defects. We represent injured homeowners, guests and construction workers in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. For a free consultation with a Philadelphia construction injury lawyer, please call 215-569-8488 or 302-888-1221, or contact us online.
Property Defects Can Cause Serious Injury
Residential and commercial property owners and visitors or guests can suffer injuries because of structural defects. They may slip and fall or trip and fall on broken steps or uneven flooring. Lack of handrails on stairs can also lead to falls. Water damage can result in mold, which can cause allergies and respiratory illnesses. Faulty electrical wiring can cause fire.
Construction workers are also at risk for injuries caused by foundation and structural defects. Total or partial building or structural collapse can result in brain injuries, fractures, crush injuries, spinal cord injuries and wrongful death.
Structural and foundation defects include problems such as:
- Cracks in the foundation
- Dry rot
- Failure to meet building codes
- Mold and mildew
- Poor soil conditions or unstable soil
- Poor quality materials
- Poor craftsmanship
- Termite damage
- Water leakage
As former defense lawyers, we understand both sides of civil cases. We know how to counteract insurance company tactics. The firm has won many multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for clients.
Philadelphia Injury Lawyers at McCann & Wall, LLC get Compensation for Workers Injured in Construction Accidents
Philadelphia injury lawyers at McCann & Wall, LLC, represent clients injured due a building’s structural and foundation defects. If you or a loved one has experienced a personal injury, call our offices at 215-569-8488 or 302-888-1221 to schedule an appointment or contact us online. We represent clients throughout Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, including Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery County.