New York Construction Accident Lawyer
There are few occupations more dangerous than construction. Between large and hazardous equipment, limited lines of sight, multiple contractors all working at the same site, and other factors, it is sometimes a wonder that more workers aren’t injured.
Reflecting the dangers inherent in construction work, New York labor law has numerous provisions that allow injured construction workers to recover compensation for their damages and losses. However, actually obtaining full and fair settlements or jury awards requires the help of an attorney who knows how to hold building owners, general contractors and others responsible for injuries to workers hurt on the job.
When you sustain an injury at a construction site in Manhattan or Long Island, to whom can you turn to help you navigate the confusion and frustration of dealing with building owners, construction site contractors, insurance companies, and government investigators? None of them is truly looking out for you, your well-being, or ensuring that you receive the full compensation needed to cover your medical bills, rehabilitation bills, and lost wages.
Fortunately for you, the Labor Law team at Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, Attorneys at Law, has a combined 75+ years of experience in bringing justice and compensation to these injured workers. There may often be options for additional compensation when the owners or contractors at a worksite have neglected to provide satisfactory safely procedures or facilities at the site. We are often able to use all relevant laws to obtain compensation for you. We are determined advocates and seek the maximum compensation possible for you by preparing every case for trial. We even employ highly regarded construction and medical experts as well as other specialists so that we fully understand both how the accident occurred and the impact of the injury or death on your life and future.
New York Labor Law Sections 200, 240 and 241 lay out obligatory guidelines and measures for owners and contractors. Your team at Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, Attorneys at Law, has decades of experience in the application of these statutes, and knows when you have a legitimate case for additional compensation for your injury.
Manhattan and Long Island Construction Injury Attorney
At the New York and Long Island law firm of Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, Attorneys at Law, we know the relevant laws that can help our clients maximize their recovery. Our lawyers are well-versed in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, the New York State Industrial Code (including New York Labor Law 240(1), often known as the Scaffolding Law, as well as 241(6) and 200 and workers’ compensation law. These and other statutes and regulations allow us to pursue compensation on behalf of construction workers injured because of:
- Scaffolding accidents
- Falls from ladders
- Forklift accidents
- Crane accidents
- Electrical accidents
- Construction equipment accidents
- Falling objects, tools and building materials
- Faulty flooring on-site
- Roof falls
- Work vehicle accidents
- Trips and falls
- Slipping on ice and snow on-site
- Trench collapses
- Work site demolition accidents
When a violation of the law causes accidents such as these and results in death, our attorneys help family members file wrongful death claims. We know that recovering compensation will not stop our clients’ grief, but we also know that being free from financial worry can help them put their lives back together again.
Contact a New York Construction Accident Lawyer
We offer complimentary consultations and charge no attorneys fees unless we recover compensation for our injured clients.
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our New York personal injury attorneys, call us at 212-221-5999 or email us.