Scaffolding accidents

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Roger Davie P.C.

Roger Davie P.C.

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Scaffolding accidents

In spite of requirements by the Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to follow strict safety protocols on construction sites, construction companies, contractors, subcontractors and third parties often fall short of those standards. Hard-working construction professionals and their family members are the ones who bear the brunt of this negligence when a worker falls from unstable or broken scaffolding.

Putting Clients First When Safety Comes Second

For a majority of construction workers, using a scaffold is part of their daily responsibilities. While inherent risks exist in scaffold work, outside factors can play a role in a dangerous and deadly fall, including:

  • Poorly inspected or un-inspected scaffolding
  • Overloaded scaffolding
  • Scaffolding with manufacturing or design defects
  • Failure of specific scaffold parts
  • Lack of or defective safety equipment
  • Falling debris

  • Roger Davie is Board Certified in Employment law in Texas and has the expertise in the areas of OSHA, workers' compensation and third-party liability laws, Roger Davie can take on the most complex of scaffolding accident cases. Identifying the party responsible is the first step. From there, he fights to maximize compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

    Some workers cannot return to work and earning a living. Many families are left grieving the death of a loved one and facing an uncertain financial future. Roger Davie understands that these types of injury claims combine legal complexities with emotionally charged issues. With compassion and dedication, we remain at the side of our clients while pursuing the best outcome.

    Contact Our El Paso Scaffolding Accident Attorneys

    If you were injured in a construction accident in El Paso, Texas or Las Cruces, New Mexico or the surrounding area contact Roger Davie at 915-838-1100

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    Mr. Roger Davie - Bio

    Mr. Roger Davie has been a practicing lawyer since 1985. He is licensed in both Texas (1985) and New Mexico (1986) and both the state and federal courts. Mr. Roger Davie is one of the few Board Certified Attorneys in Employment Law in El Paso who exclusively represents employees.

    Mr. Davie started off his career representing employers and defendants and working for large law firms until he switched sides and started representing Employees in their claims for wrongful termination and workplace injuries. This gives Mr. Davie a unique perspective and allows him to better represent his clients. Mr. Davie exclusively represents employees and is one of the most experienced employment lawyers in El Paso. Mr. Davie takes cases in El Paso, Las Cruces, Southern New Mexico and far West Texas.

    Mr. Davie only takes cases on a contingency so there is never a charge unless Mr. Davie receives a recovery for you.

    If you have been wrongfully terminated or injured on the job you deserve to have a lawyer who is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization representing you in your claim. Almost every lawyer in El Paso who represents your employer is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Employment Law; you should have a Board Certified lawyer on your side as well.

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