Workers' Compensation Attorney Newburgh
When you have been injured in a construction accident, you life can change significantly. Dealing with health care costs, mortgage payments and unpaid bills can be frustrating, but having a lawyer on your side can help you sort out your options and move forward.
At the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny, P.C., with office locations throughout the Hudson Valley and Capital District, we have handled thousands of workers' compensation cases — many relating to construction accidents. We are well prepared to handle your case and help you achieve the best possible results after a construction accident.
Many types of construction accidents cause serious injuries to workers throughout New York State. Scaffolding injuries, crane accidents, falls from ladders and other falling accidents can all result in life-changing injuries, including:
- Chemical burns
- Broken bones/fractures
- Injuries to joints
- Traumatic brain injury
Taking Action After a Construction Accident Injury
When you have been injured in a construction accident, the best approach is working with an attorney who understands workers' compensation law. Attorneys at the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny, P.C., have in-depth knowledge gained from handling thousands of workers' compensation cases.
Falls from scaffolding: Under New York labor law, employers are held strictly liable for damages due to falls from heights. You may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits as well as compensation from a personal injury claim in New York courts. (We work with an attorney who is "of counsel" to our firm in personal injury matters.)
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation With the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny
At the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny, P.C., we help injured people throughout New York State get the workers' compensation benefits they deserve. To talk with us about your options, contact our New York injury attorney at 845-764-4494 or toll free at 888-312-5516 for a free initial consultation.
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