Were you or a loved one injured in a construction site accident in the Bronx, NY? An experienced Bronx construction accident lawyer at Oresky & Associates, PLLC can help you get the compensation you deserve. Call us at (718) 993-9999 or contact our law firm in the Bronx to schedule a free consultation today.
Our team has over 30 years of experience fighting for injured construction workers in NYC. We can help you get compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and even your pain and suffering.
You may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits and damages from a negligent third party who caused your injuries.
Hire us, and you’ll have a lawyer to:
As a construction worker, you already know that you have one of the most dangerous jobs in NYC. You also expect to be protected financially after an accident.
Unfortunately, laws in New York can be complex. Insurance companies won’t make it easy to get the full indemnification you deserve. In fact, they’ll work hard to deny or undervalue your case. An experienced Bronx personal injury lawyer can help you get the money you need.
At Oresky & Associates, PLLC, we’ve already recovered over $400 million in compensation for our injured clients. Our team has been rated by Super Lawyers and recognized by the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. We’ve also recovered some of the top settlements and verdicts in NYC.
Our Bronx injury attorneys will help in any way we can. Just give us a call to learn more about our practice and experience today.
Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in NYC. Construction workers risk their lives on a daily basis.
According to data collected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), at least 24 New York workers died in construction accidents in 2019.
During 2020, 502 construction-related injuries were reported on edification worksites across NYC. However, because of the COVID 19 pandemic and new safety regulations, that number was much lower than in the previous periods. For 2019, 595 construction injuries were reported–and in 2018, 761 construction workers were hurt on the job site.
Those figures don’t even begin to account for the thousands of workers injured outside of construction sites.
The value of your construction accident case will depend on many unique factors. Nearly all construction workers are entitled to workers’ compensation.
The value of your workers’ compensation claim depends on:
However, workers’ comp is subject to limitations and caps. Your weekly wage replacement check is limited to about ⅔ of your wages before the accident. If you were hurt after June 2021, your weekly check will be capped at $1,063.05.
Your award may be much higher if you can file a personal injury lawsuit against a negligent third party, even if you can’t sue your employer for compensation.
Examples of potentially responsible parties include:
If you can file a “third-party claim,” additional factors can increase the value of your case. Those factors include the severity of your injury, damage to your quality of life, and your suffering.
New York workers’ compensation laws provide compensation for:
You’re automatically entitled to workers’ comp benefits. However, that doesn’t always mean that it’s easy to get the full amount you’re owed. Our Bronx at Oresky & Associates, PLLC can help you handle any challenges. We’ll evaluate your case for free, so call to set up an appointment today.
You may be entitled to damages for:
Do you have inquiries about your rights? Call our construction accident attorneys for a free initial review today. We’d be happy to help.
Because workers’ comp is a no-fault system, you’re can have the benefits even if you were partly responsible for the accident.
Under New York’s pure contributory negligence law, however, your personal injury settlement can be reduced in proportion to your share of the blame.
A construction accident lawyer can help you to get maximum reimbursement whether it’s through a personal injury claim or workers’ comp case.
At Oresky & Associates, PLLC, we often stand for clients who have sustained:
Any work-related injury can turn your world upside down. You don’t have to let the insurance providers decide whether your injuries are serious enough for payment. Instead, call our lawyers to learn more about your legal rights.
Some of the most common causes of construction accidents in the area can be:
When it comes to the construction industry, New York has some of the strictest safety regulations in the country. Still, these accidents happen on a regular basis across the city. The fact is, many accidents happen because someone cut corners to save money.
At Oresky & Associates, PLLC, we handle all types of construction accident claims, including those involving:
If you were injured on a construction site in the Bronx, don’t wait to get the legal representation you’re owed. Call our law offices to schedule a no-cost case evaluation.
This is a legal term that means someone failed to exercise reasonable caution to prevent injuries.
It’s relevant if you’re thinking to sue a third party for damages.
To establish negligence, you must prove:
You won’t have to prove negligence to claim workers’ comp benefits. Instead, you might face other challenges. Your employer might say that your injuries weren’t work-related–or try to force you back to work before you’re ready.
Our lawyers are here to help with all aspects of your case. Just give us a quick call to know more today.
Under New York state law, the statute of limitations to file an injury claim is three years.
If you don’t take legal action before the relevant deadline, you lose your right to seek reimbursement.
A construction accident can derail your life in unexpected ways.
You shouldn’t have to struggle financially on top of everything else.
To learn more about how a Bronx construction accident lawyer can protect your rights, call Oresky & Associates, PLLC for a free case review.
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