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Construction Accident Lawyers

Construction Accident Attorney | Los Angeles | Buffalo | Rochester | Long Island | Manhattan

A construction site can be an extremely hazardous work place. Construction workers are challenged to be aware of their surroundings at all times. They need to watch out for falling objects, be aware of moving hazards all while getting the job done with excellence and precision. In addition to the construction worker, the people responsible for the worker's safety have an obligation to ensure all safety measures are in place.

We are experienced construction accident lawyers and have seen the devastation construction injury can have on an injured victim and his/her entire family. We have represented many injured construction workers and have obtained over one hundred $1,000,000 settlements.

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If you or a loved one has suffered a construction injury in California or New York call our construction accident lawyers at Cellino & Barnes now at 1-800-888-8888 or contact us

 
New York Labor Law

New York State's Labor Law

New York State has a statute that provides special legal protection to workers while working at heights. Two reasons for this are (1) the severity of the injuries that result from elevated falls, and (2) construction workers rely on the project owner, general contractor, construction/project manager, etc. to provide a safe working environment. They are primary responsibility to make sure that the elevated work location is safe.

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Ladder & Scaffold Injury
Ladder Injury and Scaffold Injury Attorney

Lawyers Helping Scaffold Accident Victims across New York State

According to OSHA, scaffold and ladder injuries account for approximately 41% of all fall injuries on construction sites.

The dangers involved when working on ladders and scaffolds are far greater than those associated with other types of construction work.

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Defective Machinery

New York Unsafe Equipment Injuries

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If you are injured while using defective or unsafe equipment, you may be entitled to compensation beyond your workers' compensation benefits. Most accidents involving unsafe equipment are caused by a failure to maintain the equipment in good condition. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the owner of the equipment to maintain it properly

Additionally, at construction sites where heavy machinery and equipment is prevalent, workers are more frequently exposed to unsafe equipment and thus are at a high risk for injury.

At Cellino and Barnes, our injury attorneys work hand-in-hand with our clients to help them receive compensation for their industrial accident injuries.

Crane Accidents

New York Attorneys Helping Victims Across New York State, including Buffalo, Rochester, Long Island and New York City

Crane operators are required to have extensive training to ensure proper operation and many safety precautions need to be taken when using a crane. Operators along with the workers in surrounding areas need to be extremely careful and aware of the machinery in order to avoid causing a crane accident.

A common crane accident occurs when a crane comes into contact with a power line, causing electrocution. This type of crane accident causes a majority of crane accident fatalities.  


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Electrocution

Electrocution Accidents | Rochester | Long Island | Manhattan | Buffalo

Families are sometimes devastated by electrical accidents that take place in the presence of high-voltage electricity found in their neighborhoods or around construction sites. When a person is exposed to high voltage electricity, it can result in death or permanent disability.

Power companies, construction companies and building owners are required to follow strict rules and safety standards. When these rules are not obeyed, catastrophic injuries can result.


Falling Objects

Rochester, New York (NY) Lawyer Helping Victims of Ceiling Collapses

Although a construction site is a dangerous place by nature, potential accidents are difficult to predict. Falling objects at a construction site are one of these dangers. Unfortunately, even the impact of a small tool can cause severe head and brain injuries as well as wrongful death. Ceiling collapses or loose tiles are also a danger and source of potential falling objects. Falling object injuries can range from mild to disabling. In some instances, a ceiling collapse can result in death.




 
 
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