If you have been injured performing construction, demolition or excavation work, you may be entitled to monetary compensation under the New York State Labor Law.
In essence, the New York State Labor Law requires general contractors and project owners to provide proper safety equipment to prevent falls from heights and to prevent objects from falling onto workers. If the failure to provide adequate safety equipment results in a worker's injury, the general contractor or the owner of the project may be liable to the injured worker for monetary compensation.
The New York State Labor Law is complex and spans over 100 years of court decisions with many twists and turns along the way. For over 45 years Faraci Lange has successfully represented injured workers and their families using the New York State Labor Law to obtain just compensation for lost wages, medical expenses and the pain and suffering that always follows a serious construction, demolition or excavation site injury.
Our Experience with New York State Labor Law CasesOver the decades, Faraci Lange has represented hundreds of workers who suffered serious injuries, even death, as a result of falling from a height or being struck by a falling object while working at construction, demolition or excavation projects. Determining whether a particular work place accident was caused by a violation of the New York State Labor Law requires a law firm with experience fighting Labor Law cases at the trial court level and especially at the appellate court level where many New York State Labor Law cases end up before they can be resolved.
The Labor Law attorneys at Faraci Lange have won millions of dollars in compensation for injured workers using our trial court and appellate court experience to achieve the best possible results for our clients. If you or someone you know has been injured in a construction, demolition or excavation related accident, contact Faraci Lange to discuss the details of your accident at a free consultation.