Helping injured workers navigate the complex process of workers’ compensation claims

Columbus Construction Injury Attorney

Construction sites present dangers for hardworking professionals facing the possibility of serious injury every day. Dangerous environments can result in career-ending, disabling injuries and death. If you have been involved in a work-related accident, you need immediate legal representation to protect your rights and secure the benefits you deserve.

Since 1982, attorney Charles W. Kranstuber has advocated for injured construction professionals and remains at their side throughout the entire workers’ compensation process. Those clients are just like you, hardworking with families to support.

A Dedicated And Compassionate Franklin County Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Construction site accidents are a complicated area of workers’ compensation and often involve:

  • Working at extreme heights on structures and scaffolds
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Defective heavy equipment
  • Falling objects
  • Electrocution

Responsibility for the injuries you suffered may not be the fault of your employer. Multiple parties may be responsible, including contractors, subcontractors, site owners, and machinery and equipment manufacturers. Some cases involve noncompliance to OSHA standards.

Founding partner and certified specialist Charles W. Kranstuber has handled thousands of workers’ compensation case and has made countless appearances on behalf of his clients before the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) and the Ohio Industrial Commission. When claims of pre-existing conditions or injuries suffered outside of work take the form of denials, he presents fact-based evidence, including medical records and accident reports.

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Columbus construction injury lawyer, please fill out our intake form or call the Law Offices of Charles W. Kranstuber, LPA, at 614-255-6134.

Helping injured and disabled workers in central Ohio since 1982