Construction injuries can affect all areas of your life. In addition to requiring expensive, sometimes lifelong medical treatment, an injury of this kind can permanently affect your ability to work. By being unable to work, you may experience a loss of income or a reduction in your earning capacity.
Some catastrophic injuries can also leave you permanently disabled. Because you won't be able to return to your normal job or participate in the hobbies you once loved, you may also be left feeling frustrated or listless.
When a construction accident leads to the wrongful death of a loved one, family members may be left with medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of household income, and pain and suffering.
With an attorney on your side, you are more likely to collect an amount of compensation that covers the true extent of your losses immediately following the accident, those you are currently experiencing, and those that will continue to affect you and your loved ones in the years to come. You can arrange to meet us at our offices in Manhattan or White Plains, or we can come to you.