Poughkeepsie Construction Negligence Attorneys
Construction workers will tell you that the most dangerous place to be on a job site is next to a partially completed wall. Every year, more than a million builders and contract workers will suffer an injury on a construction site in the United States. Wall, roof and trench collapses are second only to falls from roofs, scaffolds and ladders as the leading causes of injuries and death.
A six-foot dirt trench can drop more than a ton of heavy, wet dirt from one wall, burying the construction worker and crushing bones. An eight-foot cinder-block built of wall weighs as much as fifteen hundred bone-crushing pounds. A typical roof truss weighs 30 pounds and can support many hundreds of times. Falling from a height of eight or ten feet, the fall weight can exceed several hundred pounds.
If you were injured in an accident involving a roof, wall or trench collapse on a construction site, your first call should be to a construction accident trial attorney at Stenger, Glass, Hagstrom, Lindars & Iuele LLP. For more than 30 years, we have been the law firm injured workers throughout the Hudson Valley have turned to when they need a voice for justice in the courtroom. We take your construction site injury case beyond workers’ compensation. Working with independent construction industry professionals, we investigate to determine whether any violations of New York workplace injury codes may entitle you to seek additional money damages from a third party, including the general contractor, property owner or negligent subcontractors working on site. We are proud of our successful record of helping injured workers recover the maximum compensation they are entitled to for their workplace injuries.
We are a prominent construction site injury law firm representing injured construction workers in communities throughout the Hudson Valley. We have extensive experience in construction injury and wrongful death claims resulting from:
- Roof, wall and trench collapses
- Scaffold Falls, falls from ladders and platforms
- Falls from roofs and walls
- Construction vehicle injuries
- Explosions, burns, electrical shock
- Falling equipment and material
Investigating ladder and scaffolding fall injuries requires extensive knowledge of New York workers’ compensation and Section 240 regulations. Our attorneys work with independent specialists to reconstruct the accident and gather evidence to determine the appropriate liability for your accident.
Free Phone Consultation · Contingency Fees
Our construction accident litigation team is ready to help you fight to recover maximum compensation for your losses. We represent injured construction workers and their families on a contingency-fee basis. You will not pay attorneys’ fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or trial verdict. You will work directly with your lawyer, while confident in the knowledge that your attorney can count on the support and knowledge of a team of experienced trial lawyers.