Attorneys Holding Employers Accountable For Building Collapse Injuries
Whether you are putting up a new building or renovating an old one, every necessary precaution must be taken to ensure the safety of every person working on the site. Building collapse accidents can result in extremely serious injuries or death to victims. If you have suffered a serious injury, or a loved one has been killed in a building collapse, be sure that you have strong representation from an experienced New York construction accident lawyer.
At the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny, P.C., we have the experience, the skill and the commitment to help you secure the workers’ compensation benefits you need to recover from your injuries. We understand the types of injuries that can occur in these accidents, and we know all the benefits the law provides to injury victims.
Skillful Representation In New York Building Collapse Cases
Building collapses can happen in many different ways, whether it is poor workmanship on new construction or a failure to ensure that an existing building is able to withstand the requirements of the proposed renovations. The construction company has the responsibility to ensure that the job site poses no risk to construction workers.
With every building collapse injury case we take, our primary concern is to ensure that your rights are protected. Our familiarity with these types of cases allows us to be much more efficient and effective at obtaining the benefits you need. If any portion of your benefits is denied, we are ready to help you appeal the decision. In addition, we will look into the viability of any third-party claims that may be appropriate to your case. We work with the finest of counsel personal injury attorneys to assist you.
Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation
Our lawyers are prepared to help you with any type of work-related building collapse injury. No matter what the circumstances were surrounding your injury, discuss your case with an attorney. Contact us at 845-764-4494 or toll free at 888-312-5516 for a free initial consultation.