New York Construction Accident Attorney
Serving Those Injured in Scaffolding Accidents
Scaffolding-related incidents are some of the most common causes of worksite
accidents in construction environments. Thousands of people experience
these accidents every year, and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
these accidents led to 54 deaths in the year of 2009, though the number
of accidents may be underreported.
Federal and State law strictly regulate the use of scaffoldings, but some
construction companies may not always follow the law. Despite new technology,
scaffoldings can be very dangerous, and a minor falling object could affect
your balance or loose material could cause a slip and fall.
When a scaffolding injury occurs, you may be entitled to seek legal recourse
if the injury is the result of someone else's negligence. To maximize
your chance of a successful outcome, it is important to have a qualified
construction accident lawyer in New York.
Mitchell D. Kessler is an
accident attorney with 30+ years of experience advocating for the interests of victims. His firm has
a strong track record that includes recovering millions of dollars for clients.
He proudly represent victims in a variety of scaffolding-related incidents,
including but not limited to:
- Improperly constructed scaffoldings
- Scaffoldings that break
- Hazards on scaffoldings
- Scaffoldings that are not stable
- Lack of necessary safety equipment
Compassionate Representation in Manhattan Brooklyn, the Bronx and all of New York
construction accident can have a devastating impact on a person and their family. If you have
experienced a workplace injury, you have enough things to worry about,
and the job of a New York construction accident lawyer should be to try
to make your situation less stressful. Mitchell Kessler's goal is to offer
personalized, understanding legal representation that provides a sense of stability during this difficult time.
Our New York Construction Accident Lawyer Is Here to Help
New York law specifically states that a construction company that fails to provide adequate scaffolding may be liable for damages.
Don't wait to get the counsel of a qualified legal professional. Mitchell
Kessler is proud to provide free consultations throughout the entire New
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