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Bronx Construction Accident Lawyer



Bronx Construction Accident LawyerConstruction accidents leading to serious injury or death have reached staggering numbers in Brooklyn, The Bronx, and all neighborhoods of New York.

Injured construction workers are left facing an uncertain future, physically, emotionally, and financially.

At The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC, we act as legal advocates for injured construction workers and their families in workers’ compensation claims and file third-party claims in construction accident cases.

Why Choose Us?

At The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC, we provide injured construction workers with experienced legal representation to pursue the maximum possible, both through the workers’ compensation system and through filing a third-party claim when possible.

Our team is committed to providing legal services that are above and beyond the ordinary, including:

  • We handle construction accident cases on a contingency fee basis – you owe us no legal fees unless we win your case.
  • Our construction accident lawyers have over 20 years of experience in protecting the rights of workers injured on construction sites.
  • We provide aggressive and effective legal representation, seeking every avenue under which you could gain financial compensation.
  • Founding partner Jay Knispel is a trial lawyer with significant experience in both civil court and representing injury victims in workers’ comp cases.

Why You Need a Construction Accident Lawyer

If a construction worker has suffered serious injuries, he or she may be unable to work and earn a living, much less support a family – and most workers’ compensation insurance often has a limit that does not match your needs.

A third-party lawsuit can bring compensation that is far above anything paid through the workers’ compensation system.

We provide experienced legal representation to help you resolve this critical issue and will evaluate every detail of your case to determine whether a third-party lawsuit is possible, concurrently managing your workers’ compensation case.

The Fatal Four in the Construction Industry

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) lists what they call the “fatal four,” reflecting the fact that one in five worker deaths in the country is in the construction industry, with four main causes of death:

  • Falls: 381 deaths in construction (39.2%)
  • Struck by an Object: 80 (8.2%)
  • Electrocutions: 71 (7.3%)
  • Caught-in or Between: 50 (5.1%)

Who is Liable?

As a construction worker, you have the right to workers’ compensation benefits if you are injured while performing your work duties. Unfortunately, these benefits are usually not enough to cover the costs of living.

At The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC, the first step will be to determine if your case involves any third-party liability.

The workers’ compensation system does not allow you to seek compensation for pain and suffering, but will cover the costs of medical bills, retraining, and pay you a portion of what you were earning through your employment.

If a third party is found liable, damages can be pursued through a claim or lawsuit filed against a negligent party, whether a subcontractor, utility, equipment manufacturer or leasing company, or other parties whose negligence contributed to the accident and injuries.

Let our team of professional construction accident lawyer help you pursue every form of compensation.

Get The Legal Help You Deserve – Contact Us Today

Contact The Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC today for a free case evaluation.

We can help you navigate the complex matters associated with a construction accident that led to serious or fatal injuries and charge no fees unless we are successful.

Regardless of whether you are located in Brooklyn, The Bronx, or NYC, we are ready to help you seek justice.