Albany, Schenectady and Troy Attorneys for Fall Protection Failure Situations
Falls are one of the most common, and one of the most preventable, causes of serious injuries and fatalities on construction sites. If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a construction site fall, you deserve an opportunity to hold the responsible parties accountable.
The lawyers at the Law Offices of Sanford Rosenblum, P.C., through personal attention and diligent representation, get results for accident victims and their families.
We are recognized authorities in this area of New York labor law and have participated in cutting-edge, reported cases that have been cited hundreds of times by other attorneys and judges.
Seeking Compensation for Inadequate Safety Equipment and Procedures
Construction workers are frequently required to perform their duties in high places and other locations with significant fall dangers, including scaffolds, ladders, elevator and service shafts, and cranes. All of these circumstances create a risk of serious, potentially fatal falls.
Proper fall protection equipment — including harnesses, guardrails and safety nets — are available to be used to protect workers from falling and suffering severe injuries.
Under New York law, on many construction sites, general contractors and property owners are responsible for insuring that appropriate fall protection systems are in operation and workers are provided a safe workplace.
Call (855) 525-7575 for a Free Consultation About Your Claim
Our attorneys have the experience and resources to help injured construction workers and the families of those who have been killed pursue the maximum compensation they are entitled to from general contractors, property owners and other parties who provide unsafe workplaces.
Construction Site Injury Law Firm
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a construction site fall, do not hesitate to contact us to schedule a free consultation with a dedicated personal injury lawyer. You will not pay any fees or costs unless your case is successful and you recover compensation.