New York Construction Site and Work-Related Accidents and Injuries


Construction and Work-Related Accidents: When you go to work, you expect to be working in safe conditions. However, construction sites and work site can be very dangerous places which can lead to numerous injuries that happen every year for workers and laborers. There are quite a few injuries that can occur for laborers, whether elevator men or union employees, including but not limited to:

  • Gravity Related Injuries

  • Netting Failures/Falling Concrete

  • Construction Elevator Accidents

  • Carpenters/Iron Worker Accidents

  • Hand Injuries

  • Cutting/Electric Saw Accidents

  • Electrical Accidents

  • Faulty Safety Equipment

  • Foot/Ankle Fractures

  • Forklift Accidents

  • Crane Accidents

  • Hit by Falling Objects

  • Nail Gun Accidents

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries

  • Scaffolding Accidents

  • Ladder Accidents

  • Steamfitter Accidents

  • Weather Related Accidents

Accidents happen more often than they should at construction sites due to the negligence of premises owners or construction site managers, even if you are as careful as possible. A lot of these accidents occur as a result of overlooking or failing to abide by the relevant industrial codes or statutes meant to protect workers from injury. If you are injured on the job, you have rights.

Injured workers should contact an attorney right away so that one can ensure that the injured person gets the compensation deserved. These injuries can leave you out of work for quite some time, maybe even forever. Between lost wages and increasing medical bills, this can be a financial strain on you and your family.

Without an attorney, you will end up with a mediocre settlement that barely covers anything to help you during your time of need. You may be bound by certain conditions pertaining to injuries that are not yet fully known. Out of desperation, you may think that you have to take this offer, or you will get nothing. You have options.

Call the Law Offices of Cory H. Morris, 631-450-2515. When you are desperate for relief from the financial stress that these injuries can cause, you may think that the best thing to do is to accept what you have been offered. Get a second opinion and Call the Law Offices of Cory H. Morris, 631-450-2515.

This is exactly why you need an attorney that will work for you. You should contact a lawyer right away because the sooner you get legal help, the better results you will get from your claim. As your attorney, we can walk you through the entire process from start to finish. Attorneys and legal professionals can explain to the injured party how to collect evidence for your claim that will help you strengthen your claim against the company. It is likely that the injured party will get the best results if he or she hires a lawyer for an injury right away.

If you have been injured at work, Call Law Offices of Cory H. Morris (631-450-2515) to speak with an Attorney today. We will do a free case evaluation to see if you have a claim against the negligent party, whether its a building owner, general contractor or private business, etc.. Know that we do not get paid if you do not get the compensation that you deserve. We work for our clients to ensure the best possible outcomes so that they can get back on their feet.

Call the Law Offices of Cory H. Morris, 631-450-2515 if you are injured.


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