Defective Construction Parts
Are you a New York construction worker who was injured on the job by a defective construction part? You are covered by New York workers’ compensation, but there may be other types of compensation that you are entitled to as well.
The trial attorneys at Godosky & Gentile, P.C., have extensive experience representing injured construction workers in New York City, in the Bronx and throughout the tri-state area. We are familiar with the types of accidents that can occur and the types of defects in construction parts, equipment and machinery that can lead to serious injury or death. To schedule your free initial consultation, please call us toll free at 212-742-9700.
From Heavy Machinery To Small Tools, Construction Parts Must Be Kept In Proper Working Order
Construction can be a risky occupation due to the types of environments, work sites, equipment and machinery that are involved in a day’s work. Most construction workers are well-trained individuals who feel comfortable working with their tools, rental equipment, company equipment and other items.
When safety is overlooked — either on the job site, while maintaining and inspecting equipment, or while building and manufacturing equipment — hardworking individuals can be seriously injured or killed. Our law firm can launch a full investigation into your construction accident, including all elements that played a role in the accident. We are well-versed in the safety standards that should be followed and the ways in which safety shortcuts can result in tragedy.
Virtually every type of construction part has the potential to cause injury or death, including:
- Nail guns
- Wires and electrical components
- Drill bits
- Safety harnesses
- Ladders and scaffolding
Godosky & Gentile, P.C., is a highly accomplished New York City law firm. We dedicate ourselves to securing favorable verdicts and settlements on behalf of seriously injured clients. We are ready to investigate your injury and determine the responsible party — whether a product manufacturer, product distributor, your own employer or a third party.
Contact Us To Arrange A Free Consultation With A Lawyer
For your free consultation, please call us at 212-742-9700, or contact us online. We never charge to discuss personal injury cases, and we accept no legal fees for personal injury cases unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on the client’s behalf.