Construction Accidents & Labor Law

Construction sites can be dangerous due to the amount of hazardous materials and the types of equipment used on a daily basis. It is not uncommon for construction workers to suffer devastating injuries such as multiple fractures, amputations or crush injuries. The most severe accidents might ultimately result in death. If you were injured or have lost a loved one in a construction accident, schedule a free consultation at our firm as soon as possible.

Bronx Labor Attorneys

At Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., our Queens construction accident attorneys are prepared to handle complex personal injury cases for clients throughout New York. Construction accidents can involve numerous factors, including:

If your supervisor has not provided the required safety equipment such as goggles, harnesses or hard hats, serious injuries might occur. New York labor laws have been developed to ensure the safety of workers. Contact our firm to learn more about your options for monetary compensation.

Third-Party Liability

Many workers assume that workplace injuries are covered by workers' compensation only. Depending on the circumstances of your accident, a third party may also be held liable for your accident. For example, if your scaffolding collapses, it might be possible to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the scaffolding manufacturer, the contractors who assembled it or the owner of the property. It is important to contact an experienced personal injury lawyer to learn more about your options for monetary compensation. Whether you suffered a burn, electrocution, or explosion injury, we will fight for you.

If you have questions regarding recovering compensation for personal injury accidents, you can reach Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., today by calling 718-380-1010 or by completing our online contact form. We offer free consultations and you pay no fee unless we recover compensation. דוברים עברית. Se habla Español. Мы говорим на русском. If you can't come to us, we will come to you.