New York Employer Negligence Lawyers
On a construction site, a contractor’s first priority should be to complete the project while keeping everyone safe. According to New York labor statutes, particularly sections 200, 240, and 241-6, general contractors and those in control of construction sites are required to provide their workers with the appropriate safety equipment and a safe environment in which to work, which largely means addressing any potentially hazardous situations. When these individuals fail to meet these legal requirements, the consequences can be disastrous and they may be held accountable for any harm that workers suffer.
At Hach & Rose, LLP, our dedicated team of New York employer negligence lawyers is prepared to assist construction workers who have been injured as a result of their employer’s inadequate adherence to established safety standards or failure to implement sufficient safety procedures. Contact us at 866-LAWS-USA to speak with an attorney who has considerable experience handling construction site accident cases.
What is Employer Negligence?
Those in charge of construction companies and project sites, often the general contractor, are in charge of implementing safety procedures and providing all necessary safety equipment to workers. They must take all appropriate steps to ensure a safe work environment or may otherwise be sued for causing undue injury to any person harmed in an accident caused by their negligence.
Our attorneys are prepared to help you pursue compensation when you’ve been injured because an employer failed to provide a safe environment through:
If you have been injured because of any of the above mentioned instances of negligence, you may be eligible for financial compensation to address pain, emotional trauma, medical bills, and other expenses or losses.
The New York employer negligence attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP, have years of experience helping union and non-union workers alike pursue compensation when they have been injured on the job and we want to put this experience to work for you. Contact us by calling 866-LAWS-USA today.