OSHA Defense Lawyers for Compliance Issues, Administrative Proceedings & Employee Claims
Here at The Cromeens Law Firm, our dedicated team of attorneys are ready to help you through any OSHA compliance issues, administrative proceedings, or employee claims your business may be up against. If you have an OSHA concern, most likely it needs to be addressed immediately. Your question or issue cannot wait days while you wait for a typical law firm to return your call. We are here to answer your calls and questions right away! We understand how important and urgent the issues subcontractors and material suppliers face on a daily basis and we are here to help. When working with The Cromeens Law Firm you can always expect a call back that same day!
Guaranteed same-day response from your attorney.
Frequently Asked Questions
Areas of Practice
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Real Estate Law
- Collected millions of dollars for subcontractors and material suppliers before and through litigation.
- Filed more than a thousand lawsuits to foreclose or remove mechanic’s liens, with several of those being tried to a jury.
- Defended hundreds of subcontractors when they have been sued on their subcontract.
- Reviewed numerous subcontracts, and advised subcontractors on changes and negotiated better terms on their behalf.
- Managed to build a thriving, growing, and diverse firm that is focused on the subcontractor and construction litigation from the ground up.
What to do if you have received an OSHA citation or a Construction Safety Violation Claim?
Contact The Cromeens Law Firm right away! We can guide you and protect your business through the OSHA Citation and Construction Safety Violation Claims process.
An OSHA violation is a serious matter and shouldn’t be taken lightly, a citation or claim can expose your company to hefty fines and significant risks. Let us protect you as we handle your Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citations and alleged violations. As The Texas Subcontractor Attorney, we are well versed in advising and representing subcontractors across the state of Texas through the in-depth and tricky OSHA administrative proceedings’ process.
How do I protect my business from future OSHA violations or citations?
Here at The Cromeens Law Firm, we take a proactive approach in helping our clients be prepared to handle Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) visits. If an OSHA official arrived at your job site today, are you prepared on how to handle it best? Prevention and early intervention are the keys to successfully handling OSHA violations, claims, or citations. Work with one of our attorneys to create a custom safety plan and an OSHA inspection plan for you and your team. With The Cromeens Law Firm on your side, you will be prepared to handle any OSHA visit with ease.
How do I settle an OSHA citation or reportable event?
If an immediately reportable event, such as a hospitalization or death, occurs at your job site, call the attorneys at The Cromeens Law Firm immediately. If there is a death or serious injury at a construction site, OSHA will show up and start interviewing everyone. Our team can help you best handle this situation and limit the consequences.
What do I do if I have a whistleblowing violation or an employee who called in a complaint to OSHA?
Employees are protected under specific laws if they report a potential OSHA violation. Abrupt actions taken against an employee in this situation can leave your business in a vulnerable position. You need to consult with one of our attorneys here at The Cromeens Law Firm before taking any action. Our experienced team of OSHA and employment attorneys can help guide you through the employee claims process and prepare you for any inspections, investigations, or negotiations.
How much do you charge for your OSHA legal services?
All of our OSHA legal services are available through our general retainer. Our general retainer only requires a refundable deposit of $2,500.00, and we will be your on-call legal team to answer all of your OSHA related legal questions. You are only billed at your assigned attorneys hourly rate if and when you need our help; if not the $2,500.00 stays as a deposit for when you do need us. All of our services are available under this one deposit, which includes liens and collections, contract creation/review, dispute resolution, employment law, and more!