New York Maintenance Worker Accident Lawyers
Skillfully Representing Machinery Workers Throughout the State
Industrial maintenance workers and machinery mechanics held approximately 357,000 jobs in 2010, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, while general maintenance and repair workers held 1,289,000 jobs. Many of these jobs are on construction sites, giving maintenance workers a rate of job-related injuries and illnesses that is significantly higher than the national average.
New York maintenance workers are often at risk for a variety of job site dangers as they repair heavy machinery, clean up rooftop debris, maintain construction site material lifts, climb ladders, work on electrical systems and perform a wide range of other tasks. When a workplace danger is due to another party’s negligence and results in injury or death, the maintenance worker (or his or her family) has the right to recover monetary compensation in a personal injury lawsuit.
Millions of Dollars Recovered for Injury Victims
Block O’Toole & Murphy is a premier law firm with a wide reputation for success. Our New York maintenance worker accident attorneys represent injury victims in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and throughout the state and have recovered more than $1 billion* in total for our clients.
Unlike in many other New York City firms, our lawyers focus solely on advocating for the rights of those who have suffered serious physical or emotional injuries, including wrongful death. You can count on us to use our extensive knowledge, experience and resources to aggressively pursue justice on your behalf.
Contact a Maintenance Injury Attorney Serving New York
Were you injured or was a loved one killed by a negligence-related accident on a construction site or other workplace? Do not wait to request a FREE case evaluation from the experienced New York workplace accident lawyers at Block O’Toole & Murphy today. Call us at 212-736-5300, or contact us online.
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*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.