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Our Offices

  • Mt Dora Office


    4130 United Avenue
    Mt Dora, Florida 32757

  • Inverness Office


    405 Tompkins Street
    Inverness, Florida 34450



  • Clermont Office


    481 E. Highway 50
    Clermont, Florida 34711



Florida Attorneys Fight for Victims of Construction Accidents in Clermont, Inverness or Tavares

Aggressive representation throughout Central Florida

A construction site is an inherently dangerous place, so the management of a site has an obligation to make the area safe for workers and passersby. When violations of safety standards cause accidents, the contractor responsible may be liable for any injuries. If you or a loved one has sustained an injury at or near a construction site, Largey Law is prepared to help. In more than 27 years of service to injured Floridians, we’ve secured millions of dollars in compensation. We provide aggressive representation and emotional support throughout the entire legal process.

In-depth experience with common construction accidents

People passing by a construction site often suffer injury when a contractor has not taken sufficient care to contain the activity on the site or has created sidewalk or road hazards around the site. This negligence can lead to a variety of tragic mishaps, including:

  • Crane collapses
  • Electrical accidents
  • Falling/flying debris
  • Heavy equipment accidents
  • Ladder falls
  • Power tool accidents
  • Scaffold collapses
  • Slip/trip and fall

These mishaps can lead to serious injuries, including hearing loss, broken bones and respiratory illness. Injured parties should consult an attorney immediately, since the physical condition of a construction site changes rapidly, and evidence of negligence could quickly be destroyed.

Civil remedies for workers injured at Florida construction sites

Injured workers generally cannot sue their employer for personal injury; no matter how negligent the employer has been, the worker is limited to workers’ compensation benefits. However, workers at a construction site may sustain serious injuries due to a subcontractor’s negligence or an equipment malfunction. In these cases, the worker has a right of action against the third party. For example, a worker who is injured if a crane collapses could sue the subcontractor who supplied the crane if its employee operated the crane negligently or the manufacturer of the crane if it malfunctioned. Largey Law represents workers in third-party lawsuits to help ensure they receive the maximum compensation available.

Get determined legal representation for your construction site injury claim

If you or someone you love sustained serious injuries due to activity at a construction site, talk to an experienced attorney at Largey Law Our knowledgeable legal team serves clients throughout Central Florida. Call today at 352.508.1485 or contact us onlineto arrange a free consultation. We maintain three convenient office locations in Tavares, Inverness and Clermont. Se habla español.