Representing Injured Construction Workers Throughout New York
If you are a union construction worker who has been injured on the job, the attorneys at Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP can provide legal advice and representation to help you get through this difficult time. We understand how New York's Workers Compensation laws can affect union workers and are dedicated to helping workers receive the financial compensation they need after an on-the-job injury. We will work hard to make sure that your employer and its insurance company respect your rights, so that you get the justice you deserve.
Union Contracts and Your Rights
Our attorneys can review your union contract and advise you of any additional rights, benefits, and protections it may provide. For example, depending on the terms of your contract, you may be entitled to a disability pension or a restoration of sick and vacation time. Some labor unions may also provide special assistance to injured union members, such as help with investigating the accident that caused the employee's injuries.
When union workers are catastrophically injured on construction sites, Workers Compensation is only part of their ability to recover. Many injured union workers are also eligible to recover monetary compensation through a third party claim or lawsuit. You should consult with an experienced construction accident law firm immediately to know whether you have the right to start a third party claim. An experienced construction accident law firm can help you pursue both a Workers Compensation claim and a third party claim so that you receive maximum compensation for your injury.
New York Construction Unions
Our law firm welcomes members of the following unions and associations:
- Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers
- Electrical Workers
- General Building Trades Associations and Councils
- Plumbers and Pipefitters
- Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers
- Sheet Metal Workers
Contact Block O'Toole Murphy for Any Union Accident Claim
At Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP our experienced team is ready to take on your union employee construction accident case now. Our attorneys have fought for the rights of many New York union members who have suffered serious injuries because of unsafe job conditions, inadequate safety equipment, and other forms of statutory violations and negligence. View our construction accident verdicts and settlements page to learn about our results. You may also contact us online or call 212-736-5300 to schedule your FREE consultation.