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NYC Workplace Injuries Lawyers

perinjuAn on-the-job injury can be devastating emotionally, economically and physically. A personal injury requires a serious commitment of time and energy to healing in addition to working with an employer and insurer, which can be daunting if not overwhelming.

It is important to realize that in addition to workers’ compensation benefits, you may be entitled to an award for pain, suffering and other expenses if a third party demonstrated negligence.

In order to work toward these benefits, however, it is absolutely critical to retain an experienced legal advocate. These cases can be extremely complex, and third parties can put forth an aggressive defense.

Queens Worker’s Compensation Attorneys

For more than 20 years we have worked on some of New York’s most complex workplace injury claims. We can advise you regarding any third-party claims and ideally handle possible lawsuits. It is our goal to protect your rights and to obtain the compensation you need to fully heal and elevate your quality of life.

Our approach is backed by more than 75 years of combined experience and has obtained tens of millions of dollars for injured workers who have needed to restore a sense of normalcy to their lives.

Construction Accident — $1,500,000 Settlement For Worker Injured From Fall At Worksite
A construction worker who erected a wooden plank on a construction site so that he could get from one side of a building that was being worked on to the other. He fell off the plank and suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of the fall. Despite defendants’ argument that the accident was solely the worker’s fault, our lawyers were able to obtain a $1,500,000 personal injury settlement for the injured construction worker.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our New York City workplace injuries lawyers, call 646-571-0620 or email us.

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