Category: Construction Accidents

Back Pain After Falling From a New York Construction Ladder

Posted On October 27, 2022 In Construction Accidents

If you have fallen from a construction ladder in New York and injured your back – or suffered any other type of injury – you may be confused or overwhelmed about what to expect, how to feel, or what steps to take next.…

Most Common Workplace Injuries in New York

Posted On September 22, 2022 In Construction Accidents,Personal injury

No matter where you work, your employer is responsible for keeping your workplace safe and providing proper training and tools to reduce the risk of injuries. Despite these safety requirements, it is not uncommon for workers to suffer injuries in the workplace.

How Long Do I Have to File a New York Construction Accident Claim?

Posted On September 21, 2022 In Construction Accidents,Personal injury

If you work on a New York construction site, you understand the potential dangers of the job. Despite this recognition, you may sustain injuries due to another party’s negligence. Unfortunately, construction accidents aren’t uncommon, with over 5,200 construction worker fatalities in 2018 throughout the United States.

New York Construction Accident Deaths Are at an All Time High

Posted On July 12, 2022 In Construction Accidents

New York City has a long and well-established construction industry. According to the state statistics, in fact, New York City has the fourth-largest construction sector in the US. However, thousands of New York City construction workers go to work knowing the dangers they are exposed to.

What to Do When Construction Equipment Failure Causes Severe Injuries

Posted On June 28, 2022 In Construction Accidents

Approximately 150,000 construction workers are injured every year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Among these, roughly 4,700 tragically lose their lives. Construction sites often involve heavy machinery and large vehicles that are often dangerous when they malfunction, break down, or are otherwise improperly handled.