Construction Accidents: Fighting For Your Rights & Protecting Your Family

The dangerous nature of construction work and the frequency of accidents does not negate your rights. If you are a construction worker who has suffered serious on the job injuries, or a family member of a construction worker who was killed in a scaffold accident, crane accident or other construction site injury, make sure you work with an experienced legal team to protect your right to full compensation.

At Hofmann & Schweitzer, we have more than 35 years of experience protecting the rights of injured New York City construction workers and their families. Our lawyers know how to fight and win cases involving ladder falls and other construction site injuries.

Our attorneys take all types of construction accidents, including:

  • Falls: One of the most consistent type of accident on construction sites involves falling from scaffolds, cranes, roofs, ladders and other high places.
  • Chemical burns: Many of the chemicals used on construction sites are extremely hazardous, leading to serious chemical burn injuries.
  • Electrical accidents: Electricity represents one of the most consistent and serious dangers in the construction industry. We represent families of electrocution fatalities and construction workers injured in electrical accidents.

There is no way to avoid all dangers associated with electricity on construction sites. However, if you are a construction worker who has been hurt on the job or a family member of someone who has died in a construction accident, you deserve to be compensated. Contact us before the statute of limitations expires.

New York Labor Law 240

Anyone in construction in the New York area has some knowledge of Labor Law 240, which is unique in our area. Our lawyers have exceptional knowledge and experience handling construction accident claims under NY Labor Law 240.

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