Massachusetts Scaffolding Accident Lawyer
Scaffolding failures and ladder accidents cause serious injuries and deaths each year in residential renovation and construction site accidents. Tragically, these are also among the most preventable accidents that can occur. The truth about scaffolding and ladder accidents is that they are almost always caused by negligence, knowing violations of safety regulations, or failing to meet industry and OSHA standards.
Arthur F. Licata, P.C. is a Boston, Massachusetts, law firm concentrating in personal injury law and on handling complex tort litigation in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and New York. Examples of accidents involved in the firm's work include: scaffolding failures caused by not securing the scaffolding to the building or securing it improperly; scaffolding collapses caused by the use of substandard or poorly maintained scaffolding equipment; injuries and deaths caused by falls from ladders that violate OSHA regulations or industry standards.
Attorney Arthur F. Licata, a sole practitioner with more than 30 years of experience in personal injury law and complex tort litigation, is intimately familiar with the law involving scaffolding accidents. He also knows that it is virtually impossible for contractors to comply with all of the state and federal regulations they are required to follow. As a client of the firm, you can be assured that Mr. Licata is the lawyer with whom you will communicate and work. He will personally manage every aspect of preparing and presenting your case in court.
Mr. Licata is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and New York, and routinely takes case referrals from other lawyers in the Boston area and throughout the New England states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and New York. He also accepts referrals from attorneys across the nation.
The firm welcomes inquiries about its practice and offers free consultations in personal injury concerns. All cases are handled on a contingent fee basis; you pay no attorneys' fees unless Mr. Licata is able to obtain compensation on your behalf.