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New York Construction Accident Lawyers


Need Help Finding The Best New York Construction Accident Lawyer? Every day construction workers go to work in the morning wanting to earn their salary in exchange for an honest day's work. Unfortunately, many general contractors and construction site owners fail to abide by safety rules endangering workers. A new york construction accident lawyer familiar with the New York Labor Law statutes as well as workers' comp can truly help the injured construction worker. Construction work is dangerous and work sites throughout New York City can be hazardous. For this reason, NY law protects workers, especially from elevation or gravity-related accidents. The trial lawyers at the...

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NYC Construction Accident Attorneys Discuss How to Obtain Proper Care for Your Construction Site Amputation Injuries

Roughly 1.8 million Americans must daily cope with physical amputation injuries explain the NYC construction accident attorneys at the F&A injury law firm. While some have such operations due to diabetes and other diseases, others incur them while working on construction sites (or getting penned inside vehicles during car accidents). Power press operators and others working with heavy machinery are especially likely to suffer injuries leading to the amputation of a finger, arm or hand. Many construction site workers also need lower body extremities amputated after falling from great heights or when their personal protection equipment fails to work properly. Being...

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Construction Accident Lawyer Discusses Labor Law 240

New York is known for being the only state with Labor Law 240, also known as the Scaffold Law. Construction accident lawyer, Frekhtman & Associates, wants construction workers to be aware of Labor Law 240 in case they are ever hurt on the job due to a scaffold related accident. Labor Law 240 makes the contractor and property owner liable for elevation related accidents. In New York, the contractor and the property owner can be held liable even if the construction worker failed to follow the safety practices. The interpretation of the law by the courts has been to the benefit of...

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