Did A Falling Object On A Construction Site Cause You Harm?
AGGRESSIVELY ADVOCATING FOR OUR CLIENTS SINCE 1959
Falling objects are one of the leading causes of injuries on construction sites. Often, these incidents are the result of improper procedures or lack of safety measures. If a falling object on your jobsite caused you pain and suffering, we can help. The construction accident attorneys at Greenspan & Greenspan P.C. assist injured workers in Westchester and Rockland counties by seeking compensation through third-party injury claims.
It is possible to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim and workers’ compensation claim at the same time. We are dedicated to helping you secure the full amount of compensation you deserve from all available sources. If a third party is to blame for your accident, we will relentlessly fight for your interests and work for your financial security through a successful outcome to your case.
Unsecured Objects Are A Major Jobsite Hazard
Especially in New York, construction sites involve working from heights. This means workers may be using tools and heavy equipment that could fall on others below. Unsecured objects pose a significant risk, including the following:
Falling objects can cause significant harm. Workers struck by falling things can suffer damage to the head, neck or spine — injuries that can significantly impact a person’s ability to continue to work and provide for his or her family. Since 1959, we have diligently represented the interests of the injured, and we are ready to help you. We do not sit back and hope for the best. Our legal team takes immediate, aggressive action on behalf of our clients.
Help For All Construction Workers
Our lawyers help injured construction workers throughout New York, including undocumented workers who may not know they have rights after a jobsite accident. You can have a better understanding of the legal options available to you by scheduling a free evaluation of your case today. Call 914-290-4403 or email for an appointment.
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