What Types Of Injuries Are Common At Construction Sites?

Construction is consistently ranked as one of the most dangerous occupations in New York City. Construction workers put themselves at risk of serious injury every time they walk onto a job site, frequently putting their lives on the line to get the job done. It is the responsibility of the contractor to take every necessary precaution to ensure the safety of construction workers. When that responsibility is not met and accidents happen, workers can suffer extremely serious injuries.

Lawyers Who Understand Construction Site Injuries

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a construction site accident, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim in addition to the workers' compensation benefits you are entitled to. Be sure you have strong representation from an attorney who understands what types of injuries are common at construction sites and who can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

Ready To Represent You In Any Construction Injury Claim

The attorneys at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., dedicate their entire practice to helping injury victims who are suffering due to the negligence of another. Our firm's extensive background handling construction site injury claims allows us to determine an accurate value for your claim and to take a much more proactive approach to seeking the full measure of compensation available in these cases.

Our attorneys represent construction workers and their families after all types of injuries on a job site, including:

Contact Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C. | NYC Personal Injury Attorneys

Contact our Manhattan law office to discuss your construction site injury case. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. We accept all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not pay attorney's fees unless we are successful. Call us locally at 212.732.4992, call us toll free at 800.340.4992 or complete our contact form to get started. If you are unable to come to us, we will travel to you.