Failure To Provide Warning Of Hazards

Failure To Provide Warning Of Hazards | Monmouth County Attorney

Each year, thousands of individuals are injured in construction site accidents in New Jersey and around the country. Although construction is an inherently dangerous job, many of the most severe accidents and injuries could be avoided. However, as long as construction site managers and contractors prioritize making a profit over keeping their workers safe, workers will be endangered.

At Hobbie & DeCarlo, P.C., we represent individuals throughout Monmouth County who suffered injuries because site managers or contractors failed to provide warning of hazards, including:

  • Failure to provide proper warning signs
  • Improperly marked barriers and guardrails
  • Failure to provide instruction on using equipment
  • Failure to mark trenches
  • Failure to provide warning of exposed wire or power lines
  • Failure to provide warning of slippery surfaces
  • Failure to provide warning of old gas lines

We prepare every case for trial, and the insurance companies and opposing counsel know our reputation for taking a proactive and aggressive stance. Our reputation and our commitment to fighting to protect our clients’ rights help ensure our clients receive the full and fair compensation they need.


We Represent You On A Contingency Fee Basis. No Lawyers’ Fees If You Don’t Win.

We understand that a serious personal injury puts a major strain on your family’s financial circumstances. We work on a contingency fee basis. You will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.

If you suffered serious injuries in a work site accident because there was negligent or insufficient warning about the hazards, our lawyers can help you receive the compensation you deserve. Learn more about the counsel we provide by scheduling an initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 732-380-1515.