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New York City Construction Accident Lawyers

Experienced Accident Lawyers Committed to Fighting for New York City Construction Accident Victims

Construction sites are one of the most dangerous workplaces in the United States.  Conditions are ripe for accidents at work at all times—and, in New York City, thousands of construction accidents cause injuries resulting in time away from work every year.   We all know that New York City wasn’t created overnight. It’s the hard work of thousands of construction workers who put their safety at risk on a regular basis that make NYC the constantly evolving city that it is today. 

At Proner & Proner, our construction accident lawyers are committed to you.  We make ourselves available to you throughout the entire recovery process. We fight tirelessly to make sure you get the compensation you need.  We’ve recovered millions in workers’ compensation benefits for our satisfied clients and are here to help in your case.

We have already helped thousands of New York City families recover compensation for construction accident injuries.  We know how important that compensation is to construction accident victims. We’re here to help—and you can reach our offices and speak to a live person 24 hours per day.  If you or a loved one have been injured in a New York City construction accident, call our office or contact our award-winning construction accident lawyers online today. 

Injured Due To A Construction Accident And Have Questions? We Can Help, Tell Us What Happened.

We Offer Comprehensive Legal Help for Clients Injured in NYC Construction Accidents

Construction accidents can happen in the blink of an eye.  This is especially the case in New York City, where complex projects are in the works throughout an already-bustling city.  Our construction accident lawyers have successfully helped clients with claims involving:

The process of recovering compensation in your case will vary based on a number of factors, including whether you were working on the construction site or simply passing by.  We are here to help with all aspects of your case, including:

  • Workers’ compensation claims,
  • Denial of workers’ compensation benefits,
  • The workers’ compensation appeals process,
  • Third-party lawsuits to recover compensation based upon workplace construction accidents,
  • General personal injury claims.

Get Advice From An Experienced Construction Accident Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 212-500-1003 To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

Award-Winning New York City Construction Accident Lawyers With a Proven Track Record of Protecting Injured Clients’ Rights

When you’re injured in a construction accident, you shouldn’t have to fight for fair compensation.  The unfortunate reality is that the process for recovering fair compensation is complex. Workers’ compensation claims are denied on a regular basis and sometimes someone other than your employer might be responsible for the construction accident.  Having our top-level construction accident lawyers by your side is the best way to make sure you get the payments to which you are legally entitled under New York law.

At Proner & Proner, our lawyers know that you might not even be sure whether you have a valid claim for compensation after a construction accident.  We want our potential clients to know that we’re here to evaluate their case for free. In your initial free case evaluation, our experienced construction accident lawyers in New York City can help you understand:

  • Potential options for recovering compensation based upon how your construction accident occurred,
  • How the workers’ compensation system works in New York City,
  • The different types of compensation and workers’ compensation benefits you might be entitled to receive after your labor accident,
  • How we can help fight to get all available benefits in your case.

Under New York City workers’ compensation laws, construction accident victims generally have the right to:

  • Medical benefits,
  • Disability benefits,
  • Lost wages and
  • Death benefits if the accident was fatal.

Our track record of recovering benefits for clients through the workers’ compensation system includes:

  • $750,000 in benefits for a fall through the ceiling,
  • $600,000 in benefits in a case involving a ladder fall,
  • $500,000 when a worker fell from a two-story high ladder,
  • $320,000 for a fall through a workplace elevator shaft.

Outside of the workers’ compensation system, benefits for construction accidents can include pain and suffering, loss of future earning capacity, costs related to medical care beyond your period of temporary disability and more. 

Our Dedicated New York City Construction Accident Lawyers Are Here to Fight for Fair Compensation in Your Case

If you or your loved one have been injured in a construction accident, you don’t have to handle the fight to recover compensation alone.  Crane accidents, forklift accidents and even electric shock accidents can put your family’s future financial stability in jeopardy. Our dedicated New York City construction accident lawyers are ready and willing to work tirelessly to make sure you get the compensation you need.  For a free initial consultation, call or contact us online today.

Life in New York City

New York City is a city that needs little introduction.  NYC is constantly growing and changing and is arguably the economic center of the country and even the world.  All of this development means that construction projects are constantly taking place throughout New York City’s five boroughs.  

Due to the dangers associated with construction sites, workers in New York City are likely to suffer injuries in construction accidents despite worker-friendly laws put into place both by the federal government and New York City.  In fact, New York has more construction accidents than most other states, with the most frequently cited accidents involving falls from ladders and scaffolding throughout the city.

Frequently Asked Questions About New York City Construction Accidents

FAQ: Is workers’ compensation the only available avenue if I have sustained injuries in a NYC construction accident?  

No.  While workers’ compensation might bar your right to see damages via another method in some cases, in others you might be able to recover other compensation.  For example, Labor Law 240 gives New York City construction workers the right to recover compensation from a general contractor who was negligent if the accident involved a fall from heights.  Third parties may also be liable for compensation depending upon your specific case. Our labor accident attorneys are here to help evaluate all potential ways for recovering compensation after your construction accident.

FAQ: Who can be held responsible for injuries I sustained on-the-job in a construction accident?  

Workers’ compensation serves to protect all workers and provide benefits when you’re injured in a workplace accident.  However, it’s important to understand that multiple parties might be responsible for your accident. Our labor accident lawyers can fight to hold negligent contractors, property site owners, engineers, architects, equipment manufacturers and other third parties liable.

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