Syracuse Construction Accident Injury Attorneys
Experienced Syracuse Construction Accident Lawyers You Can Trust.
CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENTS can cause a wide range of life-threatening injuries, including traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, and other severe damage. From personal injury lawsuits to workers’ compensation, our Syracuse construction accident attorneys are here to help you and assist you with your case.
Despite safety precautions, construction laborers are exposed to risk on a daily basis. When workers suffer injuries or death, injury attorneys at McMahon, Kublick, PC pursue every available path to recover compensation for them and their families.
Sadly, New York workers compensation law prohibits employees from suing their employers for on-the-job accidents and leaves injured laborers to recover workers compensation payments only from their employer. Often, workers compensation is insufficient, particularly for serious and long-term injuries.
Fortunately, an injured person can recover against a third party, such as a contractor, architect, manufacturer, property owner, or other person (except for a co-employee) or entity who may have been responsible for causing the injuries.
Syracuse Construction Accident Attorneys Working for You
McMahon, Kublick, PC has attorneys with the knowledge to identify third parties and to handle your lawsuit. We have helped hundreds of injured construction workers obtain compensation. In addition, we handle your workers compensation claims. There is no need to hire two separate attorneys.
We also litigate claims involving defective equipment and poorly designed structures and roads that contribute to worker injuries.
Liability arising from accidents at construction sites can take many forms. You may be entitled to compensation for your pain, suffering, and economic loss if you have been injured due to:
- A fall from a height or through an opening
- Being struck by construction materials or debris
- Being struck by equipment or machinery
- Tripping over debris or materials
- Design or manufacturing defects
- Unsafe working conditions
- Inadequate safety inspections
- Violations of federal and/or state safety standards