Dutchess County Heel and Ankle Injury Attorneys
Serving New York clients statewide, Stenger, Diamond & Glass LLP, offers legal representation to workers who have suffered heel and ankle injuries in a construction accident. From our Wappingers Falls and Poughkeepsie office locations, we are committed to being available to our injured clients when they need counsel on the compensation they deserve.
Poughkeepsie Ankle Fracture Lawyers
Heel and ankle injuries, most notably fractures, have a substantial impact on a construction employee’s ability to work, including limitations on the amount of time standing or restrictions to light duty. Many heel and ankle injuries on construction sites are a result of falling from a significant height, often in scaffolding accidents.
Our attorneys have definitive knowledge of federal regulations and New York law protecting construction workers injured in scaffolding accidents. In addition to OSHA regulations on the proper construction, inspection and use of scaffolding on construction sites, New York Labor Law Section 240 holds owners and contractors to scaffolding installation and maintenance standards in order to provide the safest possible construction site. Construction workers who have suffered heel or ankle injuries as a result of a scaffolding fall accident should have the legal representation they need to establish if violations of those employee protection regulations, or defects in scaffolding design, entitle them to compensation for their injuries.
If you have experienced a heel or ankle injury in a scaffolding fall, or any other kind of construction accident, Stenger, Diamond & Glass LLP can provide the skilled personal injury representation necessary to establish the extent of your injuries and determine if those injuries are the result of site owner or contractor negligence or engineering and manufacturing defects.
If you have any questions or need an attorney, contact SDG Law today, with two convenient locations in Wappingers Falls and Poughkeepsie, NY!
Kenneth Stenger is the contributing attorney to this content.