Certain jobs simply involve a degree of risk. For example, construction workers rely upon safety belts, safety harnesses, lifelines, and scaffold guard rails, planks, and understand the potential for injury every time they go to a job site. Factory workers and those who work in industrial settings face similar hazards. Proper safety equipment minimizes the risk of injury or death in any workplace.
Of course, the presence of safety equipment does not guarantee safety. Workers have to be properly trained to use the equipment. The equipment has to be in proper working order. In addition, the safety equipment cannot be altered or modified in an attempt to increase productivity. When companies cut corners on safety equipment, the workers are always the ones who pay the price.
If you or a loved one was injured in a construction site and you believe that defective safety equipment played a role, you need committed legal counsel on your side. An attorney can help get to the bottom of your accident and take action against those responsible for your injuries. Call Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP today. Our New York City defective safety equipment injury attorneys help injured workers get the financial compensation they need after a serious accident.
Our law firm has a complete understanding of all relevant state and federal safety regulations. If we determine that defective safety equipment was responsible for your injuries, we will work tirelessly to maximize your damages for your medical expenses, lost income, and other damages. Our record of successful results in trial and settlement speaks to our tenacity and dedication to our clients.
Call our law firm toll free at 1 (866) 516-5887 or send an e-mail today. We offer a free, confidential consultation. We do not charge attorneys’ fees in your case unless we help you recover monetary damages.