Injuries Due To Insufficient Concrete Forms And Shores
Concrete work is a very specialized craft that requires a great deal of skill, and there are a number of critical issues that need to be considered.
Perhaps the most important issue is the installation of the shores and forms. Without adequate shores and forms, not only will the finished product likely be flawed, but the safety of everyone working on the job is put at unnecessary risk.
Committed To The Safety Of New York City Concrete Workers
Specific regulatory requirements govern how concrete shores and forms are to be set up and what safety precautions must be taken at each stage of the process. When these requirements are not met, the contractor, subcontractor, equipment supplier or manufacturer and others can all be held liable for the injuries that happen as a result.
The attorneys at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., have the skill and experience to represent clients in cases involving injuries due to insufficient concrete shores and forms.
Experienced NYC Construction Accident Lawyers
Our firm’s substantial background in these cases allows us to take a much more proactive approach to seeking a favorable outcome in your case. We work with a group of highly skilled experts who can help us determine exactly how your accident occurred and who was responsible.
Our construction injury attorneys will pursue every available option in an effort to secure the maximum level of compensation available in your case.
We have represented clients in cases involving all types of injuries, including the following:
- Broken bones
- Neck and back injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
- Crush injuries
Contact Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving insufficient or faulty concrete forms and shores, contact our Manhattan office to discuss your case. Call us locally at 212.732.4992, call us toll free at 800-574-4LAW or complete our contact form for us to get started. If you are unable to come to us, we will travel to you.
We offer a free initial consultation. We accept all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not pay attorney’s fees unless we are successful.