Construction Accident Litigation

Construction Accident Lawyer
Are you or a loved one involved in a building site accident? Much as construction companies and building contractors try to keep their workers safe on their sites, it is difficult to control accidents because their environment changes as the work progresses. According to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), nearly 6.5 million people are working at about 250,000 construction sites across the United States on any given day. If 1% of these workers get involved in accidents on a daily basis, imagine how many families will be burdened by the loss of income. Here at Gregory Spektor & Associates P.C., we know how hard it is not to be able to provide for your family because of physical injuries. This is why we go the distance to help you get the compensation you deserve so you can focus on getting back on your feet and completely heal both physically and emotionally.
Potential Hazards in a Construction Site
Nobody wants to be involved in a work-related accident. However, if you are a construction site worker, you must know that your line of work comes with potential hazards that include:

  • Accidental falls
  • Trench collapses
  • Scaffolding collapses
  • Electric shock
  • Arc flash and arc blast burns
  • Repetitive motion injury

Being involved in any of these accidents bring about loss of income, medical expenses, and emotional trauma. So, if you are searching for one of the best personal injury attorneys to handle your case, look no further than Gregory Spektor & Associates P.C.. We go the distance to help construction accident victims file for workers' compensation and liability claims ensuring that they get a favorable settlement.
Important Precautionary Measures to Prevent Construction Accidents
They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. If you or a loved work in a construction site, don't wait for an accident to happen, and if they do, make sure that you are well-prepared for them.

  • Double check scaffoldings, ladders, and aerial lifts
  • Wear proper eye and head safety equipment as well as PPE apparel
  • Make sure that all electrical equipment are in proper working condition
  • Do not take unnecessary risks that violate site safety protocols
  • Keep first aid within reach

If you want to file a claim against a construction site owner, a contractor, a construction manager, or a professional engineer, let our personal injury lawyers in New York City. We will help you get the justice that you deserve.