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Millions of people work in construction and manufacturing in the United States. Unfortunately, these jobs are some of the most dangerous jobs one can work. Industrial employees work in dangerous environments and are exposed to hazardous materials every day.
If you were injured in an industrial accident in New York City, NY, you may be entitled to compensation. Our New York City industrial accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC have over two decades of experience handling these types of personal injury cases. We can help you recover money for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. We’ve recovered tens of millions for injury victims in NYC.
Contact our law office or call (212) 564 2800 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer in New York City. Let us help you get the compensation you deserve after a construction or manufacturing accident.
Our New York personal injury lawyers understand the complexities and legal issues related to construction site injuries and industrial accidents. Federal and state regulations, codes, and statutes may apply in these personal injury claims.
Our New York City construction accident lawyers will identify every law and avenue entitling you to compensation after your injury. We have decades of experience handling construction accident claims and know how to maximize the value of your case.
When you hire our legal team at the Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC, you can expect us to:
Our law firm will work to resolve your claim as quickly as possible without jeopardizing the amount you receive for your claim.
Contact our law office in New York City, NY, to schedule a free consultation with a New York City personal injury attorney.
An industrial accident describes injuries and illnesses occurring within the construction industry or manufacturing industry.
Common industrial accidents that can result in worker injuries and deaths include, but are not limited to:
Industrial accidents often cause catastrophic injuries and permanent disabilities. Working with heavy machinery and with hazardous materials increases the risk of death and traumatic injuries.
Examples of industrial accident injuries include:
A worker who is injured in an industrial accident may never work again. They may face years of painful therapy and never recover from their injuries fully. Construction fatalities can permanently affect the lives of surviving family members.
The economic losses (i.e., treatment, care, and lost wages) can total millions of dollars throughout a person’s lifetime. However, the non-economic losses or pain and suffering damages can be even more significant. A person may never enjoy life the way they did before the industrial accident.
You must uncover how the injury or accident occurred before you can identify who is liable for damages. Common causes of industrial accidents include:
Many workplace accidents are covered by workers’ compensation insurance. In most cases, a worker cannot sue an employer when workers’ compensation covers an injury. However, if the employer was grossly negligent or intentionally placed the worker in danger, the employer could be liable for damages outside the workers’ compensation system.
Manufacturers of defective equipment could also be liable for an industrial accident. In addition, a management company or property owner may be liable for your losses.
Our New York City industrial accident lawyers meticulously search for all parties with potential liability for your damages. We want to ensure each party is held accountable for their portion of wrongdoing that caused your injury.
Injured industrial workers deserve fair compensation for their injuries and damages. At the Law Offices of Jay S. Knispel, LLC, LLC, our legal team fights to hold negligent parties accountable for their actions.
Call us for a free appointment to discuss how we can help you with your industrial accident claim. You are not under any obligation to hire our law firm after meeting with a New York City personal injury attorney.
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