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Building Collapse Lawyers In Pennsylvania: Get Justice Today

No one can predict whether a building would collapse during the construction phase, during restorations, or even due to an unexplained cause. Whatever caused the building to collapse, whether it was due to poor construction, poor design, defective materials, undiscovered decay, or something else, one thing is certain: it could have been avoided. The following are some frequently asked questions:

  • What causes a structure to collapse?
  • How can a personal injury lawyer help me after a building collapse accident?
  • Who is responsible if a building collapses?

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By pursuing a building collapse lawsuit against the person responsible for the terrible disaster, our building collapse attorneys in Pennsylvania can help you get the answers you need. Make an appointment for your free consultation right now.

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Types Of Building Collapses In PA

Structural collapses may occur in a variety of ways, creating a fatal and devastating disaster scene. There are three types of collapses: those that occur during the construction of the structure, partial building collapses, and structural building collapses. Collapses that occur during the construction of a project are generally caused by a variety of factors, resulting in a construction accident. The following are some examples:

  • Ceiling collapse
  • Construction site-building collapse
  • Demolition sites collapse
  • Improper safety measures taken by the construction workers
  • Building on a weak foundation
  • A design flaw created during the blueprints
  • Using poor quality materials, causing the building to degrade over time, ending in a collapse
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Common Causes For Building Collapses

When determining what caused the collapse in the first place, there are numerous variables to consider. The following are some of the most prevalent causes of a building's collapse:

  • Faulty wiring causing a fire damage
  • Unnoticed water damage
  • Architectural flaws
  • Engineering defects in the design
  • Lack of structural integrity
  • Defective structural elements
  • Unsafe foundation

Victims of the collapse may be eligible for financial compensation for their significant injuries, regardless of the reason for the fall. But who is held accountable for such a horrific accident? It all relies on the specifics of the collapse, such as where it occurred and how it occurred, and only then can we determine who could be guilty.

Who Is Responsible For A Building Collapse In Pennsylvania?

The person or parties responsible for a building collapse are determined by the kind of collapse. Parties that may be held liable include:

  • Property owners
  • Corporations
  • Building owners
  • Construction companies
  • General contractors or subcontractors

This is only a partial list of prospective parties; if you've been hurt in a building collapse, it's advisable to contact a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer for a free legal consultation to discuss the specifics of your claim. Our law office may then investigate your claim and provide you with official legal advice to assist you in making the best decision for you and your family.

Building Collapse Lawsuits In PA

Injured tenants, guests, and construction workers who demand justice can seek compensation for injuries incurred during the disaster by filing a building collapse lawsuit. It is the responsibility of property owners to ensure their buildings are safe for people who enter. When an accident happens, such as a collapse, they have failed to safeguard people who are involved, allowing victims to seek compensation.

It's essential to contact our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers for assistance in determining who is liable and pursuing compensation on behalf of the affected parties. We take pride in our attorney-client relationship and are certain that our trial lawyers will be able to assist you in getting the answers you need. For a free case review, give us a call right away.

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