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If you have a construction accident case, you need effective legal representation to review your options. Most attorneys offer free initial consultations where prospective clients can ask questions. These consultations can help you choose the right attorney for your case. Some of the questions you should ask include: How long have you practiced law? How […]

OSHA will investigate a construction accident at the request of an employer or a worker for a contractor covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Depending on the seriousness of the accident, OSHA may also conduct an unrequested investigation of a construction accident.  OSHA gives advance notice of inspections only in cases where there […]

Under New York’s statute of limitations, you typically have only three years to file a construction accident lawsuit. However, you may have less time to file depending on the circumstances, such as a lawsuit against the city or state government. Our experienced attorneys can review your case and advise you on crucial deadlines.

After a construction accident, you may have several options for recovering compensation depending on the circumstances of the incident. As a construction worker, you can file a workers’ compensation claim to recover benefits such as medical care and partial reimbursement of lost wages from missed work. Construction workers may also have claims under New York […]

If you’ve been involved in a construction accident in New York City, you can take several steps to protect your legal options for recovering compensation: Report the accident to your foreman, supervisor, or site manager immediately. Seek immediate medical attention to identify your injuries and begin treatment. Follow your doctor’s treatment instructions, including work or […]

Construction and General Building Laborers Local 79

Carpenters Local 157, Concrete Carpenters Local 212, Carpenters Local 45, Carpenters Local 926, and Timbermen & Dockbuilders Local 1556

Electrical Workers Local 3

Concrete Workers Local 20, Cement & Concrete Workers Local 6A, and Concrete Workers Local 18A

Sheet Metal Workers Local 28, and Sheet Metal Workers Local 137