Oresky & Associates, pllc. is proud to announce that Joshua Goldblatt, Esq., won a jury verdict in favor of one our clients today in the amount of $450,000. Our client, a Bronx resident and roofer, was injured when he fell from a one story roof, suffering a broken wrist. The fall was caused by the defendant building owner’s failure to provide any safety equipment which could have prevented his fall.
These types of roofing accidents happen all too often. Building owners find companies that will do the work for the lowest price. In order to cut costs many of these budget roofing companies cut corners, and do not provide adequate safety for their workers on the roof. Working on a roof is dangerous, and proper protection should be provided.
New York’s Law protects roofers:
New York’s Labor Law protects workers engaged in a wide range of construction and building related activities, including painting, pointing, repairing, renovating of a building, asbestos removal, demolition, window washing, or cleaning. Our firm of experienced construction injury lawyers has handled a wide range of construction accident cases, including those involving:
- Ladder and scaffolding accidents
- Falls from roofs or into elevator shafts or openings
- Roof collapses
- Falling construction materials
- Crane Collapses
- Truck and vehicle accidents on the construction site
- Unsafe machinery, like hoists, and forklifts
- Collapses of walls, trenches or roofs
- Failure to provide safety equipment
- Failure to maintain a clean, safe worksite resulting in tripping over debris
Contact us 24/7, to find out how we can help you with your Construction Accident Case.
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Oresky & Associates, pllc. was recognized in the New York Law Journal and in New York Magazine “Top Verdicts & Settlements” during 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014 in having some of the highest money awards in New York State for construction accident cases.
*Prior results do not guarantee a future similar outcome.