Millions of some of the most hardworking men and women in America make a living from working in one of its largest and most important industries, the construction and building trades. From residential projects to commercial high rises to government infrastructure projects including roads, bridges, highways, tunnels, and airports, men and women of different trades including electricians, carpenters, ironworkers, laborers, masons, painters, sheet metal workers, and plumbers support themselves and their families from these jobs that are so essential to the growth and success of New York and the United States.
A claim of medical malpractice can be brought when there’s been a medical error that causes injury or damage, and certainly this involves cases in hospitals, as well as surgical incidents. Here the result would not have occurred without the physician’s or hospital's negligence and as result, if that should happen to you or a family member, we would ask that you call us right away.
Being injured at work can leave you with extensive medical bills and reduced ability to work, if at all. In New York, laws are in place to make sure you are able to pay these bills, recover lost wages, and obtain disability benefits if returning to work isn’t possible.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident, you have a right to seek compensation for your medical expenses and other losses.
Slip, trip and fall accidents are generally considered “premises liability” cases. These cases arise when a property owner or custodian is negligent in the maintenance, repair and upkeep of the property in question. Many states have laws that require landowners to maintain their property so that it does not present an unreasonable risk of harm to those that visit the property. Often, these laws pertain to both business owners and homeowners.