Workers' Compensation Attorneys

in New York City

Manhattan Construction Accident Lawyer

Construction Job Injury in Manhattan Demands a Tough, Relentless Personal Injury Attorney

As a long-established workers compensation law firm that’s been helping injured New York construction workers for more than 80 years, we know that every carpenter, crane operator, tunnel digger, utility worker, mechanic, painter, foreman, electrician and plumber is at risk on the job, every single day. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that, in 2011, laborers made up the highest proportion of workplace injuries and illnesses throughout the country. With all the building projects going on here in Manhattan, we get calls from injured construction workers more than any other type of employee.

Aggressive Manhattan Construction Injury Lawyers Who Will Fight For Your Workers Comp Benefits

At the Law Offices of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP, we know how devastating construction accidents can be, for both workers and their dependents. We also know workers compensation law and the New York scaffolding law, and are well aware that insurance companies downplay construction site injuries. Building site accidents are capable of causing spinal cord injury, coma, paralysis and traumatic brain injury, and injured construction workers need relentless legal representation. That’s us.

We’re the Diligent, Trusted Manhattan Legal Team You Want at Your Side

Hazardous OSHA safety violations, inadequate protective gear and dangerous conditions can all result in a broad range of injuries, from power tool accidents and falls from scaffolding to welding accidents, broken bones and hearing and vision loss. If you were injured on a construction site accident injury, or if you lost a loved one in a construction zone wrongful death, we can help you pursue workers compensation benefits and wrongful death benefits. Call us toll-free at (212) 341-7900 or contact us online for a free evaluation so we can help. Every conversation is personalized and confidential, and we’re on your side.

Manhattan

233 Broadway
Suite 820
New York, NY 10279
(212) 341-7900

Directions:

By Car: Take Broadway to just south of City Hall Park. The office is between Ann and Fulton Streets.

By Train: Take 2 or 3 to Park Place; or, take 4 or 5 to Fulton Street ; or, take 6 to Brooklyn Bridge ; or, take J, M or Z to Fulton Street ; or, take A or C to Broadway Nassau ; or, take 1 or 9 to Courtland Street; or, take N or R to City Hall; or, take E to Chambers Street.