Kansas City Attorneys For OSHA Violations
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) maintains several hundred offices across the U.S. These offices employ thousands of inspectors and other personnel who are dedicated to drafting workplace guidelines and watching for violations.
If your construction company has been accused of a workplace safety violation, you don’t have to face OSHA’s army alone. Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, is a knowledgeable and dauntless advocate on behalf of general contractors, subcontractors and other construction professionals throughout Missouri and Kansas.
Our Kansas City attorneys are very familiar with OSHA processes and administrative adjudication procedures. We are also experienced at negotiating with the tribunals to successfully resolve citations.
You only have a limited window of time to register a formal protest and challenge an OSHA citation, so do not delay. Contact our lawyers at 866-578-5199.
The 10 Most Common Construction Site Problems
Health and safety hazards come in myriad forms. According to OSHA, however, the 10 most commonly cited standards on construction sites and other work sites are:
- Fall protection
- Hazard communication
- Respiratory protection
- Electrical wiring methods
- Industrial trucks
- General electrical requirements
- Machine guarding
Our Mission: To Protect Your Finances And Reputation
The penalties for OSHA violations differ depending on the severity of the violation, whether the violation was willful or not, the company’s prior compliance history, the size of the company and other factors. Each willful violation has the potential to carry up to a $70,000 fine. If the violation results in a fatality, the penalties are even greater.
You can count on the OSHA violation attorneys of Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, to be your legal champions. Our mission is to minimize the penalties you face, protecting both your company’s bottom line and good name. Depending on your particular situation, we may be able to present various defenses. For instance, the alleged violation may have been an intrinsic hazard of the job or the safety standard may have been too ambiguous.