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110 Marter Avenue Suite 105 , Moorestown- 08057
New Jersey , United States  United States
Today (Wednesday) Open 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Mattiacci Law, LLC - Moorestown

If you have been injured in an accident, trust experienced Philadelphia personal injury lawyer John Mattiacci to fight for you. John and his firm exclusively represent victims of negligence that have been injured in accident cases in Philadelphia, throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, and in New Jersey. As a personal injury lawyer, John Mattiacci has aggressively represented injured victims and their families to ensure they get the justice and compensation they deserve. John Mattiacci believes that each client should be treated with the utmost respect and attention. As a service-oriented personal injury lawyer, John strives to make sure his clients get answers to their questions, that they are told promptly of any important developments, and that their calls are returned as soon as possible. Whether the case involves a catastrophic accident or a simple fender bender, John makes every effort to ensure his clients receive the attention and results they deserve. Contact us: (866) 617-0050 www.jminjurylawyer.com

Business Operation Hours
Monday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


Additional Information

Trench collapses are among the most deadly of construction accidents. When certain safeguards are not used to prevent trench collapse accidents, workers can be buried alive by falling dirt and debris. Data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that 271 workers died in trenching or excavation cave-ins from 2000 through 2006.

Injuries and deaths from trench collapses can be prevented when proper inspections are made, trenches are carefully excavated, and when safeguards are put in place. For example, OSHA requires that a “competent person” inspect the job site for potential cave-ins, failure of protective systems or equipment, or other dangers. If a worker is sent into a trench that is more than four feet deep, a fixed means of egress must be provided, such as a ladder. Spacing between ladders or other means of egress must be such that a worker will not have to travel more than 25 feet laterally to the nearest means of egress.

Languages Spoken

English

Payment Options

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