NYC Demolition Accident Lawyers
Demolition work comes with a very obvious risk of accident. While the use of demolitions can help level large areas much faster than a team of human workers could, the use of explosives sometimes ends with unpredictable results. Shrapnel and mistimed detonations are just two concerns for demolition workers. Even when demolition projects go according to plan, there are inherent dangers. Explosives can cause the leakage of dangerous airborne toxins, can start dangerous and rapid-moving fires, and can cause a worker to fall unexpectedly from a height. It can also jar loose building materials that can fall on a worker from above.
If you or a loved one has been injured in any of these demolition accidents, you are eligible for a large array of benefits. The demolition accident attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC have handled every conceivable claim resulting from a demolition accident and can identify what benefits you are entitled to and get them for you quickly and efficiently.
Contact Kaplan Lawyers PC
Knowing the high level of risk present in demolition situations, New York State has put in place special regulations that try to both ensure demolition workers’ safety and provide for them if an accident does occur. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we can help evaluate your claim and then apply our expertise to your legal proceedings. We understand the significant danger you put yourself in on a daily basis, and we believe that you should be provided for in the event something goes wrong. A demolition accident can be a painful and emotionally distressing incident to endure, and you will need help to get all of the benefits that you are entitled to. Contact us today for a free consultation, and remember, if we don’t win your case there is no legal fee.
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