Welding accidents put construction workers at risk.

Although welding is one of the most highly regulated jobs in the construction industry, even experienced professionals are at risk for welding accidents. According to United States Department of Labor, welding, cutting and brazing pose health and safety risks to more than 500,000 workers in a variety of industries—including the construction industry.

Welding torches, tanks and other equipment can be dangerous, especially when equipment is defective or used improperly. Welders are exposed to very high temperatures and intense light, so there are significant risks for a number of injuries due to welding accidents.

Common Welding Injuries

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Let Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria safeguard your future.

Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria knows that it is the employer’s responsibility to keep construction workers safe from welding accidents on the job. Welding equipment should be inspected before each use and leak tests should be performed on torches, gauges and hoses. Plus, protective equipment should be provided to anyone performing welding, cutting or brazing tasks.

Protective Equipment To Avoid Welding Accidents

  • Face shield
  • Goggles
  • Helmet
  • Welder’s vest or jacket
  • Fire-resistant gloves
  • Leather boots
  • Welder’s bandana or skull cap
  • Cuff-free pants

If you were injured in a welding accident in Buffalo, NY—whether it was due to defective equipment, lack of protective gear or other negligent circumstances—it’s time to talk to Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria. Our attorneys can help to safeguard your future by pursuing a personal injury lawsuit and by processing a workers’ compensation claim on your behalf. Contact an attorney today at 716 849 1333.

Put Lipsitz Green’s history of success to work for you.

For more than 50 years, Lipsitz Green has been fighting for the rights of workers injured in construction accidents, including welding accidents. Some of the firm’s attorneys come from construction backgrounds, so they have an intimate understanding of worksite operations, workplace safety, building trades and job sites. If you’ve been involved in a welding accident in Buffalo, NY, you need a firm with extensive experience and knowledge to achieve the best result possible.

See for yourself why Lipsitz Green has received the highest ratings in Martindale-Hubbell for legal ability and ethics. Learn more about the firm's team of skilled attorneys, or call 716 849 1333 to talk to an attorney about your welding accident case.