New York Amputation Lawyer
Information About Amputation Injuries
Amputation is the loss of a body part, often a finger, hand, or arm, or a toe, foot, or leg. Amputations are among the most serious and debilitating construction site injuries. They often occur when workers operate inadequately safeguarded or improperly maintained machinery. Improper employee safety training on the use of the machinery can also put workers in danger, especially if there is certification or specialized training necessary to use it.
Did You Suffer a Construction Amputation Injury?
General unsafe working conditions, such as a failure to abide by OSHA regulations or lack of protective equipment, could also cause construction accidents resulting in the need for an amputation. Amputation injuries can result in permanent disabilities, as well as emotional and psychological damage for their victims. Many amputee victims require multiple surgeries to repair nerve damage and prosthetic limbs, leading to costly medical bills for many years after the accident.
If you suffered an amputation injury, it is important to learn about your rights and options. You may be eligible for compensation. To find out more, call the New York City attorneys at Block O’Toole & Murphy at 212-736-5300 for a FREE initial consultation.
Compensation for your Amputation Injury
A construction accident lawyer could help a victim recover compensation for his or her medical bills, lost wages, and the pain and suffering involved in losing a bodily member. Our lawyers have the knowledge of the laws and statutes of New York needed to successfully fight for our clients.
Contact Our New York City Law Firm
If you are a construction worker who has suffered an amputation injury, it is important to make sure your legal rights are protected. Contact the New York construction accident lawyers at Block O’Toole & Murphy for FREE legal advice today. Call us at 212-736-5300 or fill out our online contact form.
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