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EP2 S05: How To Win $575k in a Construction Accident Lawsuit ?

NYC Construction Accident Lawyers Discuss a Real Construction Accident Case [buzzsprout episode='8923004' player='true'] Pick Your Favorite Channel: Apple Podcast | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS Full Transcript: Hi, good afternoon. My name is Arkady Frekhtman and I'm an attorney at the F&A Injury Lawyers here in Brooklyn, New York. Today I wanted to talk about a construction accident case in New York City to really illustrate the law, how we deal with litigating a case, how we approach settlement, and a little bit of the process so you can understand how construction accident cases really work. So here's a case that we...

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NYC Falling Object Construction Accident Lawyers Discuss the Fatal Accident of a Former Heavyweight Boxer

According to NYC Falling Object Construction Accident Lawyers, a sixty year old former heavyweight boxer who went 10 rounds with Larry Holmes suffered a fatal construction site accident on a real estate development project in Camden, New Jersey. A piece of metal fell from a height striking David Bey, the former boxer who worked as a pile driver on construction sites for 37 years. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (“OSHA”) is investigating this accident. OSHA has previously recognized the construction industry as one of the most hazardous jobs in America.  OSHA  research from 2015 shows that construction workers struck by...

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Construction Accident Lawyer Evaluates the Statistics

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Job accidents are all too common. Safety at work should be a top priority yet accidents still occur and workers unfortunately die. Construction accident lawyer, Frekhtman & Associates, reviewed recent construction accident statistics. EHS Today indicates that 57% of construction worker fatalities are caused by 4 types of accidents. Those accidents are: Falls Being stuck between two objects Being hit by an object Electrocutions Dubbed the "Fatal Four," these accidents claim the lives of hundreds of workers each year. Of the four, falls are the highest cause of death at 36% Other statistics of interest include: Almost 20% of all work-related deaths occur in the...

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