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There are many types of New York City construction accidents

If you work in the construction industry and find yourself on New York City job sites, it's imperative that you're familiar with the many types of accidents that often occur.

Even if you and your employer are proactive about safety, this is no guarantee that nothing bad will ever happen. Remember that it only takes a single mishap by one worker to cause a serious — or even fatal — accident.

Below are some of the most serious types of New York City construction accidents:

  • Building collapses
  • Crane mishaps
  • Heavy equipment accidents
  • Scaffolding and ladder fallures
  • Wall and roof collapses

Any one of these situations could lead to trouble for one or more construction workers. For example, if you slip on a ladder or scaffolding, you could fall many feet to the ground below.

At our law firm, we know that construction accidents are serious. We also know that dealing with the aftermath can be extremely frustrating. If you find yourself in this position, you must learn more about your legal rights and how to pursue the compensation you deserve.

Although your health and well being is top priority, you should also learn more about the New York workers' compensation system. Depending on your injury, the cause, and how long it will take to recover, you may be in position to receive compensation.

In the event that your claim is denied, you'll want to learn more about filing an appeal. You don't want to give in until you have exhausted all of your options, as the money you can receive will help you recover.

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