Category Archives: Construction Accidents

Paying for Construction Accident Medical Bills

Construction Accident Medical Bills

Construction sites are some of the most dangerous places to work at. From the time the project starts until the day it is finished, construction workers are always at risk of injury. Construction accidents, either caused by falling objects or machinery malfunctions, can happen at any moment. After a job site injury, you may be […]

Injured While Working as a Subcontractor

Injured While Working as a Subcontractor

A subcontractor is a business or individual that carries out work for a company as part of a larger project, usually in the field of construction. Because they do not directly work for the larger company, we often get calls from individuals who have been injured while working as a subcontractor asking if they are […]

Reporting Your Injury to Your Employer

Reporting Your Injury to Your Employer

It’s not uncommon to be hesitant to speak up about an injury you suffered at the workplace, but if you are seeking compensation, reporting your injury to your employer is the first step toward receiving it. Contact our office today if you have experienced a workplace or job site injury. Reporting Your Injury to Your […]

New York State Scaffold Law

New York State Scaffold Law

The New York State Scaffold Law serves an important purpose in protecting the rights of construction workers. If you have been injured on a job site and would like to learn more about workers’ compensation, please contact our experienced Hamburg construction accident attorneys today to schedule a free consultation. New York State Scaffold Law | […]

Reporting a Construction Accident Injury

Reporting a Construction Accident Injury

Reporting a Construction Accident Injury If you are filing a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim after being injured on a job site, the first step you will take is reporting a construction accident injury to your employer. If you do not immediately report your injury, you may not be eligible to receive compensation. Contact […]

Scaffold Law in New York

Scaffold Law in New York

Scaffold Law in New York If you have been injured in a construction accident, you should be aware of the Scaffold Law in New York State. Here is what you need to be aware of, and how an experienced New York construction accident lawyer can help you recover full compensation. Scaffold Law in New York […]

Avoiding Construction Accident Injuries

Avoiding Construction Accident Injuries

Avoiding Construction Accident Injuries New York State workers’ compensation laws protect all employees in the unfortunate event that they are injured on the job site. Construction workers are often at the highest risk to be injured while at work. Here are some helpful tips about avoiding construction accident injuries. Avoiding Construction Accident Injuries | Staying […]

Hiring a Construction Accident Lawyer

Hiring a Construction Accident Lawyer

Hiring a Construction Accident Lawyer If you have recently been injured on a job site, you will need experienced legal representation in order to receive the compensation you deserve. Here are some things you need to know about hiring a construction accident lawyer. Hiring a Construction Accident Lawyer | When to Hire an Attorney If […]

Telling Your Employer About Your Injury

Telling Your Employer About Your Injury

Telling Your Employer About Your Injury Are you worried about telling your employer about your injury? It’s not uncommon to be hesitant to speak up, but if you want workers’ compensation, you absolutely should. Telling Your Employer About Your Injury | Immediate Notice Required The law requires that there be immediate notice to the employer. […]

New York Scaffold Law Explained

New York Scaffold Law

New York Scaffold Law Explained Were you seriously injured on a construction site? You may be left unable to return to work and provide for yourself and your family. The New York Scaffold Law serves a purpose for injured construction workers. Here is what you should know. New York Scaffold Law | What You Need to […]