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A workplace injury often will lead to a workers’ compensation claim. Workplace injuries can leave families or single people in uncomfortable financial situations. If you are unable to pay bills or if you have exhaust money from your savings or an emergency fund, it can leave you in a vulnerable position financially. If you suffer a workplace injury, you need to find a workers’ compensation attorney who will take on your case and advocate for you. The Queens workplace injury attorneys at Proner & Proner have done a remarkable job in the past representing workplace accident victims. We pride ourselves in offering the best representation to our clients and advocating for them for successful results. Contact the offices of Proner & Proner today to get a free evaluation of your workers’ compensation claim.
Workplace injuries can be caused by a variety of events. Sometimes your worker will do something unexpected and it leaves you vulnerable for an injury. Sometimes your employer will not take the steps they need to take in order to keep a safe working environment. Your employer has a duty to uphold a safe working environment for you, and if you are enjoyed for something they either did or did not do, then you may have a claim for workers’ compensation. Here are some common workplace accidents that can cause your injuries:
Our lawyers at Proner & Proner have been representing workplace injury victims for years. We have years of experience in workers’ compensation and can anticipate how your employer’s insurer will defend your claim. We are experts in settlement negotiation and we will only come to a settlement should you agree to it. We want to what is best for you, and we will collaborate with you throughout the litigation process. Contact our offices today to set up a free consultation for your labor compensation claim.
Proner & Proner have been fighting insurance companies and employers for years. We know how to litigate and pursue workplace injury claims. We pride ourselves on providing our clients the best representation for their workers’ compensation hearings. Our lawyers love to advocate for our clients and make them feel at home for their workers’ compensation claims. We will continue to fight for you, and make sure you are not overrun by your employer’s insurer. Contact the Queens workplace accident lawyers at Proner & Proner today to schedule a meeting with our group of experienced lawyers. Our offices are at 60 E 42nd St Suite 1448, New York, NY 10165, and our phone number is (212) 500-1003.
Workers' Compensation Verdicts & Settlements
Male, 35: Workers' compensation
Our client was changing a pump strainer on a hot air furnace when he stepped on a board and fell through the ceiling.
Injuries: Herniated disc which required surgery
Male, 27: Workers' compensation
Our client was performing routine maintenance on an air conditioner. He had to use a wooden ladder, which slid on a slippery floor, making him fall.
Injuries: Three fractures in his ankle requiring surgery
Female, 49: Workers' compensation
Our client fell off a two-story-high ladder at her workplace.
Injuries: Multiple fractures of both arms requiring surgery
Male, 59: Workers' compensation
Our client fell into an elevator shaft at his workplace.
Injuries: Five broken ribs, punctured right lung, liver laceration, soft tissue ankle and hip injuries
Road Rage Incident
Mitchell Proner spoke in support of NYC motorcycle riders and called on NY lawmakers and police not to overreact to a highly publicized road rage incident or to let that incident cast all motorcyclists in a bad light.
Hit and Run
Attorney Mitchell Proner was on hand when the motorist accused of hitting a female jogger on a road in Central Islip appeared in a New York courtroom to answer charges of leaving the scene of a fatal accident.
Attorney Mitchell Proner, an expert on maritime law, spoke about the similarities between the Costa Concordia ferry disaster and the recent Indonesian ferry accident that killed at least 24 people.