NYC Forklift Accidents Attorney
For a skilled construction worker, operating a forklift may seem like second nature. The workplace, though, is a hazardous place, and accidents do happen. If you or a loved one has been injured in a forklift-related accident, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ compensation benefits help cover things like medical procedures, hospital stays, ongoing treatment, and can even help you recover the wages you would’ve earned had you been able to work. The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC have the experience and ability to get you the best medical care as well as the most compensation for your injuries.
New York State Forklift Injury Attorneys
At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we have a staff of attorneys well-versed in all types of construction accidents. Knowing the intricacies of Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines helps us mount a case strong enough to maximize the amount of benefits you see. A forklift injury can seriously debilitate a worker, and the injuries sustained can be long-lasting. During this time, it’s invaluable to retain legal counsel willing to fight for your rights and aggressively pursue your compensation in court.
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Every day that you go to work on a construction site, you are exposed to significant risk. If you have been injured on the job you deserve to be provided for while you recover. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, our consultations are always free, and we guarantee that we win you benefits or the legal fees are waived.
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