Steps following an on-the-job injury in New York

New Yorkers take pride in their work. They show up and get the job done. But between showing up and getting the job done, accidents can happen. Machines break, materials falter people make mistakes. When the worst happens, New Yorkers get hurt, or even killed. New Yorkers who…

We know how to handle claims for on-the-job injuries

New Yorkers are used to construction because on any given day, crews can be seen constructing new buildings, repairing older buildings and doing just about everything in between. But, all of that construction comes at a cost, which sometimes mean injured workers. Construction workers hurt in a construction…

Father breaks down in tears at trial over son’s on-the-job death

New York is blessed with one of the world’s great skylines. But that skyline has come with a price paid in blood and tears: the blood of those hurt and killed in construction accidents and the tears of those who mourn the fallen. Take, for example, an elderly…

Pedestrian-car accidents

More so than many other places, New York drivers have to deal with far more than just other cars; they also have to worry about the many pedestrians and bicyclists that are ubiquitous in New York. Most drivers negotiate these challenges safely, but it only takes one mistake….

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