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Been in a Construction Accident in South Florida

And Looking For The Right Construction Accident Lawyer to Aggressively Represent You to Ensure You Are Properly Compensated for Your Loss and/or Injuries?

Florida Construction Accident Cases

Construction workplace injuries are unfortunately all too common. Workers can be injured in many ways such as from falling objects, malfunctioning tools, industrial machinery, non-compliance with safety standards, and more. A construction injury may occur in seconds or can manifest itself over a period of time.

You may have a workers compensation claim and a claim against a third party, which allows for different types of money damages.

Don’t Waste Time With Anyone Else. Call Us First, And We Will Help You Seek Fair And Just Compensation.

Types & Causes of Construction Accidents & Injuries:

These are just partial list of the more common types of construction accidents and injuries:

  • Scaffolding Accidents
  • Construction Site Falls
  • Crane Accidents
  • Chemical Burns
  • Lifting Injuries
  • Trench Collapses / Improperly Braced Trenches
  • Electrocution and Electrical Accidents
  • Respitory Illnesses
  • Crush injuries
  • And Others

Why Choose Cohen & Juda To Represent You:

  • Free Consultation
  • We Handle All Types of Injury and Accident Cases
  • Highly Experienced – Helping South Florida Clients Since 1999
  • Mr. Cohen or Mr. Juda Can Come to You to Sign up Your Case
  • No Attorney Fees or Costs Unless We Win Your Case
  • Fees Negotiable on Larger Cases
  • Relentlessly and Aggressively Working for You
  • We Take Cases Throughout Florida And The U.S.
  • Available 7 Days a Week
  • Already Have a Lawyer? Let us Provide You a 2nd Opinion on Your Case

Our Results

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Don’t Waste Time With Anyone Else. Call Us First, And We Will Help You Seek Fair And Just Compensation.

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Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury In Florida

Florida law has different statutes of limitations which affect the amount of time you have to file your claim. The time limits are based on the type of case you have. The law has recently changed. We encourage you to contact an attorney immediately to find out how the Statute of Limitations may affect your negligence, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect or wrongful death claim.

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