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Construction Accident Lawyers in The Bronx

The Bronx Construction Accident Attorneys

Getting You the Full and Fair Compensation You Deserve

Working at a construction site in The Bronx comes with significant risk. From exposure to hazardous materials to operating heavy machinery, construction workers face the possibility of devastating injuries including broken bones, amputations, burns, and more. Severe accidents could even result in death.

If you’ve been injured or have lost a loved one in a construction accident and want to seek compensation, you need a construction accident attorney who has experience with complex personal injury cases in The Bronx.

Causes of Construction Accidents

A construction accident in The Bronx may relate back to any number of issues:

  • Ladder accidents
  • Scaffolding accidents
  • Injury from falling objects
  • Crane and forklift accidents or collapse
  • Lack of safety equipment provided by employer
  • Improper safety practices of employer
  • Burns, electrocution, or explosion-related injury

Why Hire a Lawyer To Fight the Insurance Company?

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Getting Compensated for Injuries While On The Job

Many workers assume their injuries are covered under workers’ compensation laws, but a third party may also be liable for your injuries. If other responsible parties (other than your employer) such as the property owner or general contractor failed to provide proper safety equipment or follow proper safety practices or equipment used at the construction site did not meet standards, you may be eligible for additional compensation.

Protecting Your Interests Following a Construction Site Injury

Though the claims process is often lengthy, there are steps you can take immediately following an accident to protect your rights to compensation:

  • Make note of relevant details. Think broken scaffolding, ripped harnesses, unsecured objects, etc.
  • Take the names and contact information of witnesses.
  • If you have your phone on you, take pictures of your injuries and surroundings.

All of these details can help strengthen your case in the event the insurer denies your claim.

The Stages of a Personal Injury Claim

After you meet with a member of our team, we will file the initial court papers on your behalf and respond to other answers, complaints or motions. We will then proceed to the discovery stage, in which we gather all available evidence to establish the facts of your case.

When it’s possible and makes sense, we can settle your case out of court for full value. However, if the third-party refuses to settle for a fair amount, we are ready to aggressively pursue a favorable outcome in court.

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Construction Accident Questions?

We Have Answers

What are some of the common types of accidents?

Construction sites pose innumerable dangers to workers. However, accidents typically fall into four categories. Per OSHA, the top four are as follows:

  • Falls: Such as a fall from ladder or scaffold or through an opening.
  • Caught In-Between: Such as being crushed by equipment.
  • Struck-By: Such as a falling object/debris.
  • Electrocution.


Can I recover compensation beyond workers’ compensation?

Many employers will have you believe that workers’ compensation is the only means through which you can recover compensation following a construction accident. This is not true. Workers’ comp limits your recovery to medical bills, disability and lost income. However, our team can help you identify other liable parties and file a third-party lawsuit for the following types of damages:

  • Rehabilitation
  • PTSD
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional duress
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of consortium (if you lost a loved one in a construction accident)

Mistakes people make after an accident (don’t do these!)

Just as there are things you can do to strengthen your case, there are things you can do — or not do — to hurt your case. Below are the top four:

  • Not reporting your accident to your supervisor
  • Not seeking medical attention
  • Not reporting to and filing a claim with workers’ compensation
  • Not seeking the representation of an experienced New York personal injury lawyer

Your account of events and medical report can go a long way toward establishing negligence.

The Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., Difference

When you entrust Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., with your case, you will not just get an experienced and qualified attorney (though you will get that too), rather, you will get an aggressive and supportive advocate who truly cares about the outcome of your case. We know that nothing about your current situation is easy, but we strive to make it less difficult by doing the following:

  • Offering free initial consultations.
  • Working on a contingency fee basis.
  • Maintaining a strong network of qualified professionals.
  • Aggressively pursuing high-dollar verdicts and awards in and out of the courtroom.
  • Always be available 24/7 for our client.
  • Daniella and Eli are both available for a Zoom or Skype conference call M-F 9-6, schedule an appointment here.

Our passion for upholding the rights of victims is what truly sets us apart from other NYC construction accident attorneys.

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    The Bronx Levi Law Firm Location 788 Morris Park Ave, The Bronx, NY 10462 Lat Long 40.845630, -73.862700 GPS Coordinates 40° 50′ 44.268” N 73° 51′ 45.72” W

    Things to Do In The Bronx

    Things to Do and See In The Bronx

    • Our Lady of Solace’s Church (Bronx) (near Holland Avenue and Morris Park Avenue): A Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
    • St. Dominic’s Church (Bronx, New York) (near Morris Park Avenue and Unionport Road): A Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
    • Van Nest, Bronx (near Barnes Avenue and Rhinelander Avenue): A working-class neighborhood located in the east Bronx borough of New York City.
    • Bronx Park East (IRT White Plains Road Line) (near Sagamore Street and Amethyst Street): A local station on the IRT White Plains Road Line of the New York City Subway.
    • Bronx High School for the Visual Arts (near Mercy College Place and Wallace Avenue): Also known as Visual Arts, is a New York City public high school established as an art school in 2002 under Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Small Schools Initiative program.
    • Parkchester, Bronx (near Unionport Road and Metropolitan Oval): A planned community originally developed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and located in the southeast Bronx, New York City.
    • St. Anthony’s Church (Bronx) (near Saint Lawrence Avenue and Mansion Street): A Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
    • East 180th Street (IRT White Plains Road Line) (near East 180th Street and Bronx Park Avenue): An elevated express station on the IRT White Plains Road Line of the New York City Subway in the Bronx at the intersection of East 180th Street and Morris Park Avenue.
    • St. Clare of Assisi’s Church (Bronx) (near Rhinelander Avenue and Hone Avenue): A Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York
    • Morris Park Racecourse (near Hone Avenue and Rhinelander Avenue): Morris Park was an American thoroughbred horse racing facility from 1889 until 1904. It was located in a part of Westchester County, New York that was annexed into the Bronx in 1895 and later became known as Morris Park.
    • St. Raymond’s Church (Bronx, New York) (near Castle Hill Avenue and East Tremont Avenue): ARoman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
    • St. Francis Xavier’s Church (Bronx) (near Van Nest Avenue and Lurting Avenue): A Roman Catholic parish church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
    • Bronx Zoo (near Jungleworld Road and Bronx Park South): One of the largest metropolitan zoos in the world, and is one of the largest in North America, with some 4,000 animals representing about 650 species from around the world.
    • Morris Park (IRT Dyre Avenue Line) (near Esplanade and Paulding Avenue): A station on the IRT Dyre Avenue Line of the New York City Subway served by the 5 train.
    • 180th Street – Bronx Park (near East 180th Street and Boston Road): The former terminal station for the IRT White Plains Road Line of the New York City Subway.
    • Bronx Park South (near Bronx Park South and Vyse Avenue): A neighborhood in The Bronx, which lies immediately south-west of th
    Transportation in The Bronx


    • LaGuardia Airport
    • John F. Kennedy International Airport
    • Teterboro Airport
    • Westchester County Airport
    • Newark Liberty International Airport


    • Bronx River Parkway
    • Cross Bronx Expressway
    • West Side Highway
    • Sedgwick Avenue
    • Henry Hudson Parkway
    • New York State Route 9A
    • Hutchinson River Parkway
    • Interstate 295 (New York)
    • New York State Thruway
    • Interstate 95 in New York
    • Third Avenue
    • Mosholu Parkway
    • Pelham Parkway
    • White Plains Road
    • Bruckner Expressway
    • Interstate 287
    • Interstate 87 (New York)
    • Tremont Avenue
    • Southern Boulevard (Bronx)
    • Boston Post Road
    • Madison Avenue
    • Seventh Avenue (Manhattan)
    • Lexington Avenue
    • Park Avenue
    • Gun Hill Road (road)
    • 161st Street (Bronx)
    • Fifth Avenue
    • 59th Street (Manhattan)
    • Interstate 278
    • Webster Avenue
    • Westchester Avenue

    Bodies of Water

    • Hudson River
    • Bronx River Alliance
    • Housatonic
    • East River
    Schools Near The Bronx

    Nearby Schools

    • St. Raymond Academy
    • St. Raymond High School for Boys
    • Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology
    • New York Institute for Special Education
    • St. Catharine Academy

    Secondary Schools

    • Forest Hills High School which is on 67-01 110th Street, New York.
    • Stuyvesant High School which is on 345 Chambers Street, New York.
    • Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts which is on 100 Amsterdam Avenue, New York.
    • Harry S Truman High School which is on 750 Baychester Avenue, The Bronx.
    • The Dalton School which is on 108 East 89th Street, New York.
    • Berkeley Carroll School which is on 181 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn.
    • John Bowne High School which is on 63-25 Main Street, Flushing.
    • Midwood High School which is on 2839 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn.
    • Grover Cleveland High School which is on 2127 Himrod Street, Ridgewood.
    • Ballet Tech School which is on 890 Broadway, New York.
    Nearby Town to The Bronx

    Nearby Towns and Suburbs

    • Van Nest is to the north.
    • Parkchester is to the south-east.
    • Morris Park is to the north-east.
    • East Tremont is 1 mile to the west.
    • Fordham is 2 miles to the north-west.
    • Tremont is 2 miles to the west.
    • Morrisania is 2 miles to the south-west.
    • Hunts Point is 2 miles to the south-west.
    • University Heights is 2 miles to the north-west.
    • Melrose is 2 miles to the south-west.
    • Inwood is 3 miles to the north-west.
    • Washington Heights is 3 miles to the west.
    • Wakefield is 3 miles to the north.

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