A: If you're injured at a construction site, you have the right to sue all parties responsible. Your accident could be due to the negligence of contractors, sub-contractors, property owners, or the manufacturer of defective equipment. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced construction accident attorneys in New York.
A: The statute of limitations for construction injury cases is three years. Protect your rights by hiring an experienced construction accident lawyer in New York. When you bring your construction site injury case to the law firm of Silverstein & Kahn P.C., it will be handled directly by an attorney of the firm who possesses extensive experience, education, and knowledge, as well as being expertly skilled in the operation of the New York State Court system.
A: Some of the typical construction accidents include slip and fall, electrocutions, being struck by an object, and being caught in/between accidents. Construction accidents can cause bone fractures, burns, spinal cord injuries, eye injuries, whiplash, neck and back pain and traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
A: If you're injured in a construction site accident, your employer's workers' compensation insurance will pay for the medical bills and lost wages. However, workers' compensation may not cover all the losses one has suffered for specific reasons. An experienced construction accident attorney at Silverstein & Kahn P.C. will help file a third-party claim to recoup the total amount of their lost income, medical bills, and disability.
Yes. It's best to hire an experienced construction accident lawyer immediately after an accident to avoid costly mistakes. Our lawyers at Silverstein & Kahn P.C. understand that construction accidents can be life-changing. We are committed to fighting for your right to secure fair compensation for the injuries and the emotional pain you suffered.