March 9, 2017 | Thornton Law Firm Three decades of representing victims of construction accidents and defects in Boston, MassachusettsConstruction law attorneys at Thornton Law Firm LLP have seen the devastation that results from job site accidents. These accidents are rarely simple, and the claims that result require significant legal experience to pursue.Nearly all serious injuries suffered in construction accidents give rise to workers compensation rights. Yet, the case often does not end there. Limited workers comp rights may be supplemented by legal actions against others who are responsible for activities on the job site and may have been negligent in causing the accident. Potentially responsible third parties include—Construction managersGeneral contractorsSubcontractorsManufacturers of defective equipment and toolsThe right to sue these individuals and entities depends on various complex laws and the individual circumstances of the accident.Lawyers with the construction accident experience you deserveThornton Law Firm has successfully represented numerous seriously injured workers against such third parties. We have secured multiple jury verdicts in excess of $1 million, and we have negotiated comparable settlements in several other cases.We represent construction accident victims and their families in cases involving a wide array of injuries—DeathHead injuriesSpinal cord injuriesParalysisSevered limbsBroken bonesElectrocutionChemical exposureBurnsThornton Law Firm construction accident attorneysMichael P. ThorntonDavid J. McMorrisAndrew S. WainwrightGarrett J. BradleyAndrea Marino LandryPlease visit our significant cases page to see our successes in construction accident cases.Trust our Massachusetts construction accident attorneys to helpTell us your construction accident story online or call the Boston construction accident attorneys at Thornton Law Firm at 1-888-491-9726 for a free consultation with a recognized leader in personal injury litigation. You have nothing to risk. We offer a fair and accurate assessment of your case.