Were You Hurt On The Job?

Even with the continued advances in workplace safety, construction work still can be very dangerous. This is especially true when work needs to be done in high places. Many of the most common accidents on construction sites involve:

  • Ladders
  • Scaffolding
  • Falling debris, material or equipment

The special nature of the danger posed by working at height has been recognized by laws such as Labor Law Section 240 which covers responsibility for accidents involving ladders and scaffolding.

We also assist construction workers who were injured in all other types of worksite accidents such as:

  • Heavy equipment accidents
  • Nail gun accidents
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Trench collapses
  • Crane accidents

While most accidents that happen on construction sites can be resolved exclusively through the workers' compensation system, some may involve third parties. Our firm assists injured construction workers with all manner of third-party claims.

What Is A Third-Party Claim?

Apart from workers' compensation, injured workers can pursue compensation from outside parties who may have caused their injuries. If, for example, you were injured while driving for work, the other driver would be known as a third party. You could pursue compensation through a workers' compensation claim and through a lawsuit against the driver.

Decades Of Personal Injury Experience Make A Difference

At The Matera Law Firm, we have more than 30 years of combined trial experience that we put to work for all of our clients. As former prosecutors, we know how to build strong cases and how to secure the best possible results in court. Over the years, we have built a record of success that includes having secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

Construction Accident Attorneys Serving Melville, Long Island And New York

For help pursuing third-party claims after a construction accident, turn to The Matera Law Firm. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 631-240-0445 or contact us online.

We only collect attorney's fees in personal injury cases if we obtain compensation for you.