The Compensation You Need ∙ The Justice You Deserve
Similar to any other type of construction work, most of the accidents that ironworkers and welders endure are a result of some kind of negligence or mistake, especially construction site supervisor negligence. The worst part of this tragedy is that it could have been avoided with due diligence and attention to safety regulations.
At Keogh Crispi, P.C., we have New York construction injury attorneys with more than 40 years of experience representing injured construction workers. We are well versed in the New York's Industrial Code, OSHA standards and other legislation that regulates the safety standards that supervisors, owners, site safety supervisors and shop stewards are supposed to follow.
The injuries you have to endure are bad enough; it would be a total injustice to have to shoulder the financial burdens associated with these injuries, as well. If you have been hurt or lost a loved one in a welding or ironwork accident, Keogh Crispi, P.C., will help you get the money you need and the justice you deserve.
A Dangerous Occupation
In construction jobs, the iron and welding workers are down in the nuts and bolts, building the skeletons of the projects. This increases risk of injuries or wrongful death caused by:
- Trench collapses: When working on the foundations and skeletal structures of projects, welders and iron workers are at great risk of the structures caving in around them.
- Unsafe equipment: When welding and iron tools are poorly manufactured or maintained, they present tremendous risk to the workers.
- Inadequate construction safety gear: Iron workers in the trenches of projects need overhead protection from falling equipment and falling objects and debris.
NYC Welding Iron Work Injury Attorneys
After a construction site accident, you can talk with one of our lawyers in a free confidential setting to learn more about how we can help you. Our office is conveniently located two blocks from Grand Central Station in New York City. We take calls 24 hours a day and we meet with clients in their hospital rooms or homes when needed. Contact us to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our attorneys.