Injured at a Construction Site?
Every year, thousands of workers are injured or killed at New York Construction Sites.
Despite laws requiring property owners and construction companies to inspect each site with engineers and safety consultants and implement a wide variety of safety measures, construction workers still face a greater risk of work-related injury or fatality than employees in any other U.S. industry.
The New York State labor laws were specifically designed to protect workers from a construction site and height-related accidents.
It is for this reason that we believe that most of these accidents are avoidable by the exercise of reasonable care, and that those who fail to follow the Laws and continue to compromise worker safety should be held accountable.
Although individuals may be entitled to receive worker’s compensation benefits as a result of a construction or work site accident, the amounts received are almost never enough to fully cover lost wages, medical bills, and other related expenses incurred.
In New York, victims of construction accidents may be entitled to financial compensation for their injuries, including economic damages, such as medical bills, lost earnings, and the cost of future medical treatment, as well as non-economic damages, like pain and suffering and emotional trauma.
Our office has experience with all types of construction & work site Injury claims, including:
- Scaffold Accidents
- Ladder, Crane & Lift Accidents
- Work Site Falls
- Roofing Accidents
- Hazardous Stairways & Floor Openings
- Building & Wall Collapse
- Unsafe Work Conditions
- Elevator Accidents
- Equipment & Machinery Malfunction
- Falling Equipment, Material & Debris
- Saw Cutting Blade Accidents & Injuries
- Struck By Machinery, Equipment & Material
- Gas Explosions & Fires
- Chemical & Burn Injuries
- Forklift & Heavy Machinery Accidents
- Trench Accidents
- Electrocution & Electrical Injuries
- Eye & Amputation Injuries
- Window Washing Accidents
Contact an Experienced New York Personal Injury Lawyer Today
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or died as a result of a construction site or workplace accident, contact the personal injury team at the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima today to speak experienced construction accident attorney about your case.
The law limits the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit, so don’t wait.Call me directly at (516) 280-7311 for your free-no obligation-consultation and confidential case evaluation.