Hurt on a Construction Site?

When a construction accident disrupts your life, Jim Glaser Law is here to hold the responsible party accountable and help you rebuild your future.

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Contact our office for assistance with your work accident claim from the top construction accident lawyers in Boston, Massachusetts.

Our construction accident lawyers want you to know that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), listed the “Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards” among companies across America. Three of the most common citations involved construction sites:

  • Fall protection
  • Scaffolding
  • Ladders

The standards are intended to help employers identify potential hazards and properly warn their employees. Safety should be the number one priority when it comes to workplace environments but, unfortunately, safety procedures are not always followed, especially on construction sites.

Workplace injuries are common, and when someone has been injured on the job it can take a major toll on their life and family relationships.

At Jim Glaser Law, we understand how stressful and overwhelming it can be to suffer injuries after an accident, especially when you have been injured on a construction site. It can be challenging to seek compensation without legal guidance. When you or a loved one has been injured, our Boston construction accident lawyers at Jim Glaser Law can help you through the legal process.

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Getting Started Is Simple

Starting your workers’ comp claim or appeal with Jim Glaser Law is as simple as a call or click. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish.


Jimmy Knows!®

Attorney Jim Glaser has years of experience fighting for injured workers and knows what it takes to get you the compensation you need. You can trust our firm to advocate for your rights.


We Don’t Charge Upfront Fees

We work on a contingency basis, which means we don’t get paid unless you do. Plus, we offer free consultations to help you understand your legal options. There’s no risk!

A Firm You Can Trust With Your Construction Accident Claim

If you or a loved one has been in an accident on a construction site, Jim Glaser Law can help you fight for the compensation you deserve. Every client that contacts our firm will receive respect and our full attention.

Workplace injuries are hard to handle alone. We strive to lessen the burden by walking alongside individuals suffering from injury and helping them fight for the compensation they deserve.

Our legal work is done on a contingency basis, meaning clients do not pay unless a settlement is reached. Jim Glaser Law has helped thousands of clients, and we’re ready to do the same for you. Don’t hesitate to contact us.

Our law firm has the experience and knowledge to evaluate the facts of your case and help you take the right legal steps. Call us today or fill out our free case evaluation form. We are ready to help you.

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See What Our Clients Are Saying About Us

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They were very knowledgeable and informative to all the issues I was experiencing. They also were very prompt in returning phone calls which is very important to me. Excellent experience.

-Linda R.

I contacted Jim Glaser Law on several occasions with some legal questions. Although I didn’t have a case, they were very knowledgeable and helpful. I also have several family members who have hired JGL and they were very satisfied with the service. Recommend.

-Barbara D.

Jim and his team at Jim Glaser Law have always been a pleasure to work with. I would recommend to anyone looking for a great, honest and hardworking legal team.

-Jake S.

Excellent service and advice. A true professional and responded very quickly to my questions.

-Robert L.

Jim and his team were fast, professional, understanding, and thorough. Jim made us feel at ease from the start, and was with us through the whole experience. I would recommend his firm to anyone.

-John C.

Excellent results! Very friendly and dedicated team! Five stars all the way.

-Corey M.

What can I say, Attorney Glaser and his team are the best! Was able to assist with all of my needs and get me the best results! I highly recommend these guys! Thank you Attorney Glaser.

-Anthony L.

Jim Glaser works hard and is incredibly responsive. He walked me through any questions I had with both my cases. I would refer him to anyone.

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Do You Have a Valid Claim?

If you’ve been injured in a construction accident, you may be eligible to file a workers’ comp claim. Our guide below can help you determine your eligibility, but speaking with a lawyer is the best way to understand your situation.

Construction accidents can happen for various reasons, even with safety regulations in place. Some of the most common causes of accidents include:

  • Slip and falls
  • Hoist accidents
  • Fires and explosions
  • Compressed gases
  • Mechanical hazards
  • Electrocution
  • Lack of proper training
  • Falling objects
  • Crane accidents
  • Chemical spills

OSHA requires companies to implement certain safety procedures and hold regular inspections and permits to help limit workplace accidents. However, even if safety procedures are enforced in a work environment, accidents can still occur.

Injuries on the job will vary and, in some cases, can result in permanent medical conditions. Injuries can include but are not limited to:

Were You Unfairly Denied Workers’ Comp Benefits After a Construction Site Accident?

If you have been denied workers’ compensation benefits after a construction site accident, do not lose hope. Jim Glaser Law has extensive experience in helping injured workers appeal their claims and obtain the compensation they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us fight for your rights.

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Types of Damages That Can Be Recovered

After a construction accident, injured workers may face financial stress and physical pain. The medical bills may be high and, in some cases, injuries can result in the inability to return to work.

Brain injuries, disfigurement, spinal cord damage, and wrongful death are just some of the outcomes that can occur on a construction site. When an injured individual decides to file a lawsuit for their injuries, one of our experienced Boston construction accident lawyers may be able to recover compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Therapy
  • Mortgage and rent

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries from a construction accident, find out if you’re eligible to file a claim to receive compensation for your injuries.


Why Contact a Construction Accident Attorney?

Multiple variables are taken into account after a workplace accident. If an injured individual decides to file a lawsuit for their injuries without speaking to an attorney, they may end up settling for a lesser amount of compensation than they deserve.

There are state and federal laws that can affect your situation, and without a knowledgeable attorney to help you understand how those laws might impact your accident case, it can be difficult to file a compensation claim.

Once an injured individual contacts our firm in Massachusetts, we will begin to investigate their claim. We will ensure every intricate detail is evaluated including witness statements, the work site, and medical treatment in order to build a strong case.

No matter how minor the injury may seem, compensation may be awarded. It’s essential to contact a Boston construction accident lawyer to receive legal advice on any compensation you may be entitled to.

What Should I Do After An Accident?

If a worker is injured while on a construction site, they should consider these next steps:

  1. Seek medical attention immediately
  2. Report the accident and injury to the employer
  3. Ask for the contact information of anyone who witnessed the accident
  4. Take photos of the accident scene and any injuries
  5. Contact one of our attorneys to learn what legal options are available

Following the tips above can help injured individuals in the future if they decide to file a claim for the injuries they have suffered.

Construction Accident FAQs

The OSHA Act gives workers the right to safe working conditions. Workers have the right to:

  • Review records of work-related injuries and illnesses in their workplace environment
  • Have their workplace inspected by OSHA
  • Receive training information about hazards, methods to prevent harm, and the OSHA standards that apply to their workplace
  • Get copies of their workplace medical records
  • Receive copies of the results from tests and monitoring done to find and measure hazards in the workplace
  • Participate in an OSHA inspection and speak in private with the inspector

For more information regarding workers’ rights or an employer’s responsibilities, check out the OSHA website.

No, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system. This means that you can receive benefits regardless of who was at fault for your injury, as long as it occurred during the course of your employment. In very rare cases where an individual exhibited extreme irresponsibility, such as if they were intoxicated or violent towards other workers, benefits may not be available. 


If you are concerned about liability in your case, we are happy to explore the details of your case and lay out your options for recovery.

In Massachusetts, you have four years from the date of your injury to file a claim for workers’ comp benefits. Despite this, it’s important to report your injury to your employer as soon as possible to avoid any potential issues.

By delaying the reporting, you may be compromising your rights to benefits or other legal remedies that may be available. Though there is no set deadline for doing so, seeking medical attention immediately can help in documenting the injury and its severity, which can be critical to the success of your workers’ comp claim. Medical records serve as evidence of the nature and extent of your injuries and can be used to determine the level of compensation you may be entitled to receive.

Generally, no. Because workers’ comp is a no-fault system that provides benefits to employees without the need for litigation, those who receive benefits through this system are not typically eligible to file a lawsuit against their employer.

However, there may be exceptions in cases of gross negligence or intentional harm. These exceptions are rare, and it will take a strong legal defense to successfully prove such negligence or harm.

Yes, undocumented workers are still entitled to workers’ comp benefits in Massachusetts. The law does not discriminate based on immigration status, and all employees, regardless of their status, are covered.