Am I Entitled To Compensation For Injuries Sustained By Falling Material And Debris?
Construction workers, especially those performing work at considerable heights, face a multitude of dangerous situations, including an increased risk for falls as well as an increased risk for injuries from falling materials and debris. As a substantial player in New York City personal injury law, our team of seasoned lawyers at Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, P.C., leverage decades of combined experience to help workers just like you fight for compensation to address the full range of on-the-job injuries.
Get The Settlement You Deserve To Address Your Injuries
Workers performing jobs on ladders, scaffolding, cranes or other large structures often sustain injuries from falls or falling objects, including, but not limited to:
- Power tools
- Drywall, lumber or other construction materials
Fully Committed To Standing By Our Clients
Our attorneys are not satisfied until you are. That is why our seasoned legal professionals go the extra mile to personally handle all aspects of your case, including interactions with insurance companies. Our firm thrives on referrals from satisfied clients. Our aggressive, results-focused representation helps ensure that those responsible for your injuries are held accountable. Trust our firm’s extensive experience and rich history of professional attorney-client interactions to help secure maximum results in your case.
Do Not Allow Your Injuries To Go Unnoticed — Call Today To Schedule A Free Consultation
If you or a loved one experience an injury on a construction site by falling debris, do not agonize over how to pay your medical bills and recover lost wages. Reach out to our dedicated team of seasoned lawyers right away and set up an appointment for a free initial consultation to learn about the full range of your available options. Reach us at 212-514-5007 or 800-724-7971, or contact our office online.
Our contingency fee-based firm does not collect a fee from you unless we can successfully achieve financial compensation in your case.