New York Construction-Site Accident Attorney Helping You Pursue Full Recovery
Applying more than 25 years of experience to each case
If you have suffered a construction site injury, you deserve the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney who will be tenacious in asserting your rights against insurance carriers who want to delay or minimize the payment of your benefits. Edward R. Young & Associates has a rich history of helping construction-site accident victims obtain successful verdicts and settlements. We do everything possible to help clients in Brooklyn, in West Babylon and elsewhere in New York obtain damages for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
The firm’s strategy includes:
- Quickly and properly documenting the damages you’ve suffered
- Preventing your insurance company from manipulating your claim to minimize the amount it pays to you
- Working with doctors and medical professionals to present arguments effectively in court
What types of accidents occur on construction sites?
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 57 percent of worker deaths in 2011 were caused by falls, electrocution or being struck by an object or caught in between. Other types of accidents that cause construction-site injuries include:
- Equipment failure
- Electric shock
- Falling building materials
- Elevator accidents
- Crane accidents
- Failure to be provided proper protective equipment
- Roof collapse
- Building collapse
- Trench collapse
- Scaffolding collapse
Ready to go to trial
When your health is on the line, we recognize the need for prompt investigation and assessment of your claim and decisive, aggressive defense. Our attorneys possess the negotiating skills, trial experience, medical knowledge and insurance acumen to confidently pursue full and fair compensation for your injury.
Contact a West Babylon construction-site accident law firm today
To speak with an attorney regarding your accident, call Edward R. Young & Associates today at 888.454.LAWS or contact us online. The firm operates on a contingency fee basis — meaning that you pay nothing for our services unless you receive a settlement or verdict.