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NY Codes for Construction Worker Safety

We Take a Stand for Injured Construction Workers

 The Perecman Firm has recovered more than 50 verdicts & settlements of a million dollars or more for our clients in the last five years alone.

  • $15.2 Million

    Construction Worker Fell from a Ladder: Jury Verdict.

  • $12 Million

    Union driver was injured in a fall off of a ladder that was attached to a truck container.

  • $11.9 Million

    Union Worker Fell from a Scaffold

  • $11 Million

    Injured worker on jobsite.

  • $10 Million

    Laborer fell from a suspended scaffold. Case settled after jury verdict for $10,000,000.

  • $9.9 Million

    Settlement for Union laborer who fell from a rolling scaffold.

  • $9.8 Million

    Construction worker/laborer fell from the scaffold, jury verdict.

  • $9.4 Million

    Jury verdict for mason worker who fell two floors from the side of a building.

  • $9 Million

    In 2006, Ryszard Lomotowski, was working at a construction site located in the High Bridge section of the Bronx when a steel reinforcement bar snapped. He fell 20-25 feet landing on his feet causing severe injuries to his legs.

  • $6 Million

    Union crane operator injured on the job.

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Our NYC Construction Accident Lawyers Can Protect Your Rights!

workers wearing Perecman Firm construction shirts

New York City’s building boom, while beneficial for the economy, has had an adverse effect for many of our state’s construction workers. From July 2014 to July 2015, New York City’s Buildings Department counted 10 construction-related fatalities. In previous fiscal years, the number of construction-related fatalities was nearly half that. Construction-related injuries also rose between 2014 and 2015 by about 52 percent. Many of these accidents have occurred in Manhattan, followed by Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Queens.

New York has regulations for construction worker safety, but sadly, rapid building growth can tempt employers to cut corners. When they do, construction workers suffer the consequences. The New York Times has also reported that a disproportionate number of injured and killed construction workers are immigrants.

What types of protections do New York’s labor laws offer construction workers?

All of New York’s labor laws exist for the protection of employees. Some of the construction-specific regulations are:

What to Do If You Were Injured in Construction

If you or someone you love was injured on the job, we invite you to contact our New York construction accident lawyers today. We have offices in NYC and Long Island, so get in touch with us today for a free evaluation of your legal rights and options.

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