Settlements For Workers Injured In Construction Falls
As a construction worker, you may perform work at dangerous heights nearly every day. If an employer provides faulty or improper safety equipment, you may experience an unacceptable level of risk for personal injury or severe impairment. These injuries can place you out of work for extended periods of time and cause you and your family extreme stress. At Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C., our skilled lawyers leverage decades of combined experience to help injured New York City workers fight for the justice and compensation they deserve.
Seasoned Legal Counsel To Protect The Rights Of Construction-Related Fall Victims
Our firm represents clients just like you who experienced a construction-related fall on the job, including:
- Falls from faulty scaffolding
- Falls from roofs or ladders
- Falls from electrical poles
- Falls from manlifts, spider lifts or cranes and more
New York Labor Law Section 240 Helps Protect Injured Fall Victims
Under New York Labor Law Section 240, your rights as a worker injured by falling debris or by a high fall are protected. Under this law, you may be able to seek compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and more from a building owner, a contractor, a project manager or another third party at fault for your injuries. Do not allow your fall from height or injuries sustained by falling debris to go unnoticed. Trust our skilled attorneys to handle all aspects of your case and explain your options during each phase of the process.
Experience Productive, Worthwhile Attorney-Client Interactions From Our Team
As members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, our firm is uniquely positioned to hold negligent parties accountable to address the full extent of your injuries. Speak to one of our seasoned lawyers right away to set up an appointment for a free initial consultation. We collect no attorney’s fees unless we obtain compensation for you. Call us at 646-835-2175 or 800-724-7971, or learn more when you reach us online.