COVID-19 and the Construction Industry

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Engage an OSHA Attorney Now

There are a numerous benefits to having an OSHA attorney for your construction company. If you don’t currently have an OSHA lawyer, we strongly recommend reaching out to your local construction lawyers at Trent Cotney, P.A. for questions or concerns related to OSHA regulations and claims.


When facing an OSHA citation, it is paramount for your company to have an OSHA attorney who is intimately familiar with OSHA regulations on your side. An experienced OSHA attorney will be aware of the OSHA rules and requirements that apply to your business, how to be prepared for planned or unplanned OSHA inspections, and will be ready to defend your case if a violation should occur. In the event of an unplanned inspection by an OSHA representative and without a warrant to enter the premises, the employer is granted the right to contact their OSHA attorney and request that they be present for the inspection. The inspector may choose to leave and return to the site with a warrant or may choose to wait for your OSHA attorney to arrive.


While you may have done everything in your power to ensure that your job site is in compliance with OSHA regulations, there are many factors that fall outside of your control that may result in a violation, such as employee negligence or insubordination. Penalties resulting from an OSHA violation are often severe and many times crippling to construction companies. Therefore, it is imperative to have an OSHA attorney who understands the complexity of OSHA law and can act quickly to significantly reduce or eliminate these penalties.

How an OSHA Attorney Can Help You

Our OSHA attorneys are intimately familiar with OSHA processes and can assist you in the prevention of claims, as well as provide representation during the complaint process. We will help you fight your citations, prepare for inspections, and reduce penalties. Our assistance is based on your unique situation, so do not hesitate to reach out to our firm for guidance on your case.

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