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Arkady Frekhtman

Category: Work Accident Lawyer

NYC Work Accident Lawyers Discuss Worksite Amputation Hazards

June 8, 2017 Frekhtman & Associates

Moving machine parts constantly pose a serious amputation threat to workers on construction sites and elsewhere explain NYC work accident lawyers at the F&A injury law firm. For this reason, all workers must be trained to properly turn on and off all machines before working on them for any purpose. …

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Work Accident Lawyers Describe Four Warehouse Dangers

March 16, 2017 Frekhtman & Associates

Warehouses are large buildings that store “things” such as raw materials, machine or device components, and finished goods for distribution to retailers. They often become busy and even frenetic places during peak demand periods of the year. This places a lot of pressure on their workers to move product rapidly …

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New York City Construction Accident Lawyers Discuss The Rise of Fatalities at Work Sites

March 3, 2017 Frekhtman & Associates

New York City Construction Accidents & Deaths Remain on the Rise A recent New York Times article stated that during the past two years, 31 construction workers have died on the job. Yet for some reason, this reality still hasn’t stirred up any measurable public concern or debate. Hopefully this …

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NYC Construction Accident Lawyers Discuss Demolition Work

February 6, 2017 Frekhtman & Associates

Demolition Work Can Lead to Serious & Fatal Injuries While most construction workers are hired to work for many months or years building skyscrapers from the ground up, others prefer to work on demolition crews that bring buildings down to the ground in a matter of seconds. One of the …

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New York Work Accident Lawyers Discuss Workplace Dangers: Electrical Hazards & Electrocutions

January 10, 2017 Frekhtman & Associates

Far too often, busy workers suffer serious injuries while handling electrical tasks. Electrocutions occur when people are exposed to lethal doses of electricity. One study completed for the U. S. Department of Labor stated that electrocutions are the fourth leading cause of death in construction work – responsible for nine …

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We are workers compensation lawyers here to help

July 20, 2016 Frekhtman & Associates

You went to work everyday to support your family. Your income helped to pay the bills and put food on the table. But, in an unexpected moment, this changed because you became injured on the job. Work done on the job has its share of rewards, but can also pose …

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Construction Site Accident Lawyer Discusses Fatal Connecticut Accident

June 29, 2016 Frekhtman & Associates

A worker died at the site of a Connecticut sewer repair project when he was hit by a backhoe explains a New York City construction site accident lawyer at the F&A injury law firm. Officers with both the New Haven police and the West Haven police responded when the accident …

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Aggravated a Pre-existing Medical Condition While on the Job? Our Workers Compensation Lawyers Can Help.

May 16, 2016 Frekhtman & Associates

A pre-existing medical condition complicates matters when it comes to payment for a current work-related injury. Compensation will likely be reduced because of the pre-existing condition. Thankfully, our workers compensation lawyers are available to answer these and other important questions. Is the current injury related to a prior workers’ comp injury? If so, …

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Work Accident Lawyers Note Case Of Worker Caught In Hot Asphalt

March 14, 2016 Frekhtman & Associates

A worker at a Jacksonville, Fla., asphalt plant went through a harrowing eight-hour ordeal during which he was stuck standing in hot tar. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited the operator of the plant, Atlantic Coast Asphalt, with 10 serious health and safety violations. The federal agency defines …

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Work Accident Lawyers Discuss Industrial Accident

February 1, 2016 Frekhtman & Associates

A spokesperson for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provided details of an industrial accident that happened on Friday, January 29. Clothes Caught in Machine A preliminary investigation suggests that clothes worn by a 57-year-old man got caught in a lathe in operation at the time. As a result, …

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