more than $500 million Recovered for Our Clients
Everyone deserves to be compensated for their injuries. If you have been injured at work, you are entitled to receive all available workers’ compensation benefits. Our attorneys have a winning track record, having won our clients hundreds of millions of dollars.
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$3,800,000: A construction laborer fell off a ladder sustaining a head injury.
$3,500,000: A person walking on the sidewalk was struck by a falling sign, injuring his head, neck and back.
$3,295,582: Verdict for a 32BJ union worker who fell down subway stairs injuring his neck.
$3,250,000: A scaffold worker was struck by a falling scaffold pipe, injuring his neck and back.
$3,000,000: A construction worker fell through the grate of a catwalk at a construction site, injuring his hip.
$3,000,000: A construction worker fell through a hole at a construction site injuring his hip.
$3,000,000: Police officer who dislocated his shoulder when his scooter skid out on sand while he was patrolling a school yard.
$3,000,000: Eight-year-old Bronx girl who was diagnosed with lead poisoning.
$3,000,000: A laborer who broke his ankle when he fell from a straight ladder that slipped out on a wet floor at the new Yankee Stadium construction site.
$2,900,000: A janitorial worker sustained an injury when an air conditioner fell on his head.
$2,700,000: Bronx boy who broke his hip when he tripped and fell on a sidewalk shed scaffold.
$2,500,000: A building porter fell down stairs injuring his neck, back and shoulders.
$2,500,000: Bronx woman who fractured her knee cap when she tripped and fell on a raised sidewalk.
$2,250,000: Settlement on behalf of a non-union laborer who sustained permanent injuries to his neck, back and knees.
$2,200,000: Laborer who fell off a baker scaffold, injuring his neck and back.
$2,100,000: An undocumented worker who lost vision in one eye after falling 30 feet from a hanging scaffold.
$2,000,000: New Jersey man fell from a ladder at a construction site, injuring his head, neck, back and left shoulder.
$2,000,000: Bronx man who sustained a degloving injury to his arm when he was hit by a truck at the Hunts Point produce market.
$1,950,000: During trial for a union carpenter who injured his neck and back when he fell on a platform of a baker scaffold that shifted due to its not being equipped with functioning wheel locks.
$1,925,000: A construction worker fell 6 feet off of a ladder which was defective, injuring his neck and lower back.
$1,800,000: Laborer who injured his leg, neck and back when he fell 12 feet from an extension ladder that slipped out from under him.
$1,800,000: A construction worker that re-injured his back when a dumpster fell off a building knocking him down a stairway at a Bryant Park construction site.
$1,780,000: A concrete worker who injured his back when he fell backwards into an uncovered opening on the 25th-floor of a downtown Manhattan construction site.
$1,750,000: A home health aide slipped and fell on ice and injured her lower back.
$1,750,000: Construction worker who tripped and fell and injured his lower back.
$1,750,000: Local 78 asbestos worker who injured his leg and back when he fell six feet from a scaffold that tipped after being hit by construction debris.
$1,750,000: A home health aide slipped and fell on ice while leaving a client’s home.
$1,700,000: On behalf of the estate of a man who was killed when the machinery he was operating tipped over at a Staten Island Ferry construction site.
$1,650,000: Bus driver who reinjured her neck.
$1,600,000: An off-duty firefighter who sustained a degloving injury to his leg causing him to miss 20 weeks of work when his motorcycle was hit by a truck on Route 84 in Greenville, NY.
$1,600,000: Local 46 iron worker who injured his shoulder and knee when he fell five feet through a wooden deck at the new Yankee Stadium construction project.
$1,525,000: Construction worker who was injured when the trench he was digging collapsed.
$1,500,000: A woman walking on the sidewalk was struck by a forklift, injuring her neck and back.
$1,500,000: A construction worker fell off of a ladder, reinjuring his lower back upon which he had a prior surgery.
$1,370,000: A worker injured his lower back after being struck by a car which ran a red light.
$1,350,000: Passenger in a NYC bus accident who injured her neck and lower back.
$1,350,000: A passenger in a bus injured her neck and back when struck by another vehicle which failed to stop at a stop sign.
$1,300,000: Hospital worker who slipped and fell, injuring his neck and back.
$1,300,000: A Woman who fractured her leg after she tripped and fell on a stairway.
$1,300,000: Laborer who lost vision in one eye when a nail splintered as he was hammering.
$1,280,000: A passenger injured her lower back when a bus struck an overpass.
$1,250,000: A plumber tripped over a piece of debris at a construction site, re-injuring his lower back.
$1,220,000: A construction worker was electrified while standing on a scaffold, sustained a heart injury.
$1,200,000: For a woman who had a ceiling fall on her head while showering, causing neck injuries.
$1,050,000: Construction worker who fell into a hole while making a delivery, injuring his back.
$925,000: A driver of a car injured his neck and lower back when rear ended by another vehicle during a snow storm.
$900,000: A man slipped and fell on ice on a sidewalk, injuring his head and neck.
$900,000: Settlement for a 57-year-old Queens woman who injured her neck and back when a portion of her kitchen ceiling collapsed, striking her nose.
$897,000: Construction worker fell off of a beam, injuring his lower back.
$875,000: Worker who fell down stairs, injuring his knees and shoulder.
$850,000: Mother who injured her neck when the ceiling fell as she showered.
$825,000: Construction worker injured his lower back trying to hold up falling sheet rock.
$775,000: A construction worker lost his finger when the blade on his saw broke.
$750,000: Teacher fell into a hole in school, re-injuring his back.
$690,000: Construction worker fell off a ladder injuring his knee and shoulder.
$650,000: Driver of a car who was rear-ended and injured her neck.
$650,000: A woman re-injured her lower back in a car accident which she had injured on 7 prior occasions.
$650,000: A union worker injured his shoulder in a car accident with an uninsured driver.
$600,000: Tenant who tripped and fell over objects left by the landlord, sustaining a head injury.
$600,000: A plumber fell off a scaffold, injuring his knee and shoulder.
$550,000: Construction worker who fell off a wall and re-injured his back.
$525,000: A security guard fell off of a chair due to a defective floor, injuring his neck and back.
$500,000: Building porter tripped and fell on tools left by a contractor, injuring his knee
$475,000: Sanitation worker who injured his knee after stepping into a hole.
$425,000: A construction worker injured his lower back when he slipped on ice while climbing a ladder to a scaffold.
$410,000: A construction worker injured his lower back when he fell off of a crate. No surgery was needed.
$400,000: A woman fell down dark stairs and injured her knee.
$400,000: Driver of a car who was sideswiped by a bus and injured her neck and back.
$387,500: A worker fell off a roof, injuring his foot.
$385,000: A union worker injured his shoulder hoisting material.
$375,000: Passenger in a taxi cab who sustained a laceration to her face.
$350,000: Union construction worker who fell off a ladder, injuring his knee.
$350,000: A man injured his knee, neck and backlin a car accident.
$325,000: Patron of a supermarket who slipped and fell on water in an aisle.