Queens Construction Accident Lawyers
Dedicated Representation for Accident Victims
Few workplaces are more dangerous than construction sites. Despite the abundance of precautions that may be taken, workers are often injured due to any number of factors. At the law firm of Addabbo & Greenberg, our Queens construction accident attorneys provide dedicated representation for accident victims. We will work hard to help you get the full and fair compensation you in need in order to recover and move forward with your life.
If you or a loved one has been hurt on a construction site, we can help. Contact our New York personal injury lawyers online or call 718-268-0400 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
We Handle All Construction Accident Claims
Construction site accidents can have many causes and may encompass a number of different injuries. Our Queens construction site injury attorneys have extensive experience handling all types of construction accident claims, including:
- Scaffolding accidents and ladder falls
- Falling object accidents
- Defective safety equipment accidents
- Defective tools
- Crane accidents
- Heavy machinery accidents
Working to Maximize Compensation
If you hurt on the job, you are likely eligible for workers’ compensation. However, while this may be all that you receive from your employer, there may be third-party liability for your claim as well. At Addabbo & Greenberg, our legal team will explore all avenues of compensation to ensure that all responsible parties are held accountable for their negligent actions. We have a strong track record of getting successful results for accident victims and their family members.
Turning Experience Into Results
At Addabbo & Greenberg in Queens, we have a strong track record of achieving results for the victims of car, truck and motorcycle accidents. We work closely with accident victims, fully explaining each of their options as we aggressively pursue the compensation they deserve. You can count on us to handle your legal issues so you can focus on getting better.
The success of the firm’s personal injury lawyers is evidenced by results such as these of personal injury victims in New York City, Queens and Long Island.
Sample Personal Injury Results:
$3.25 Million Dollar Settlement for Addabbo & Greenberg Client Addabbo & Greenberg, along with a New York City law firm, prevailed in a mediation in a labor law case which settled for $3.25 million dollars. The Plaintiff worked for a boiler repair firm that was contracted to do excavation work at a major automobile dealership in Manhattan. While the Plaintiff was using a blow-torch near an abandoned underground fuel tank, the tank exploded causing serious burns to the Plaintiff. Attorney Dominic L. Addabbo interviewed our client at the hospital shortly after the incident and we immediately began our investigation by obtaining statements from witnesses which were instrumental in negotiating the final settlement. The New York personal injury attorneys at Addabbo & Greenberg argued that the owner of the building and the general contractor failed to provide a safe work environment. Once again, knowledge of the law and persistence in court has resulted in a most favorable settlement for our client.
$3 Million Awarded to Construction Accident Victim. A $3 million settlement was reached prior to trial in February 2007 for a person killed in a construction accident. The worker was the victim of a fatal construction accident. He was an undocumented alien working in the country for two months prior to his construction accident death caused by a defective scaffold. His family received the $3 million settlement. The family of the construction worker from New York was awarded $3 million as a result of the case presented by New York personal injury lawyer Todd D. Greenberg.
$875,000 Wrongful Death Award for Incarcerated Suicide Victim. The family of an incarcerated Police Officer was awarded $875,000 for wrongful death. Todd Greenberg represented the family accusing the Nassau County Correctional Facility for the wrongful death.
$615,000 Awarded to Person Suffering Injury in Home Depot Parking Lot. This action was commenced after Plaintiff was personally injured during an assault in the parking lot of the Home Depot in Elmont, Nassau County, by another customer. The attorneys for Home Depot, Inc. wrote to Addabbo & Greenberg as follows: Please note that we regard the inclusion of The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc., as a party defendant in this action to be frivolous. Accordingly, please be advised that sanctions will be sought against your clients and your firm for the institution of the action as against The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. and needless to say, any further steps by your office to pursue this frivolous claim as against the Home Depot U.S.A., Inc., will result in further evidence of your bad faith in pursuing the claim. The person injured in this case was awarded $615,000 in a settlement for personal injuries prior to trial. After thorough research of the issues by New York City and Queens Personal Injury lawyer Mr. Greenberg, and after years of litigation, Home Depot, Inc. settled during jury selection for $615,000.00. (NEW YORK JURY VERDICT REPORTER). Instead of sanctions being paid by Addabbo & Greenberg for bringing a frivolous lawsuit on behalf of a person injured, Home Depot, Inc. paid Plaintiff a substantial sum of money for his personal injuries, based on the theories of negligence Mr. Greenberg developed. Similar results are reported on our Reported Cases.
$500,000 Settlement for a Construction Worker Injured at JFK Airport. A construction worker injured in an accident at JFK Airport. In the construction accident, the Plaintiff fell approximately six feet, striking his head and injuring his shoulder. He suffered a scar on the forehead of approximately four inches and had to undergo arthroscopic surgery for a left shoulder impingement and partial Rotator Cuff tear. It should be noted that Plaintiff suffered an injury to that shoulder approximately four months before and this was a re-injury to that same shoulder. Prior to jury selection, American Airlines and Schindler Elevator settled for $500,000.00.
$450,000 Settlement was reach for an Auto Accident Injury During Jury Selection Despite Adverse Statements By Plaintiff/Pedestrian. This auto accident injury occurred when the Plaintiff was struck by the Defendant’s commercial vehicle. Plaintiff was injured on his left side causing severe ankle fracture.
Call for a Consultation With a New York Scaffolding Accidents Attorney
If you have been hurt on the job, let us handle your legal affairs so you can devote your full attention to making a recovery. Contact our Queens construction accident lawyers online or call 718-268-0400 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We take all personal injury cases on a contingent basis, which means you do not owe us anything unless we successfully recover compensation for you.
$11 Million SettlementQueens attorney Todd Greenberg heads legal team which litigated case for nine years in Montreal, Canada.
Negligent Security At Concert Case SettledOur client was at a concert in New York City when shots were fired and she received a wound to her arm with scarring. Due to a confidentiality agreement regarding the settlement, the details of the case and the amount of settlement cannot be disclosed. The only fact that can be disclosed is this: Our client was fully compensated for her injury and is extremely happy with the result!
$3.25 Million awarded$3.25 Million award to a repairman who received serious burn injuries after a fuel tank exploded due to an unsafe work environment.
$3 million awarded$3 million award to the family of a construction worker killed in New York by a defective scaffold. The victim was an undocumented alien.
6-figure settlementArrest turns into six-figure settlement for civil rights violation!
$175k SettlementTrip and Fall Case settled for eighty year old woman against bank which foreclosed on property.
6-figure SettlementSubstantial Recovery Against Nursing Home For Estate Of Man Bludgeoned To Death By His Roommate.