Defective Roofs And Floors: When A Serious Injury Occurs
Unfortunately, too many construction workers in New York are injured from falling through roofs and floors during a building’s construction, renovation, or demolition. These injuries can cost construction workers their physical health and their livelihood.
If you or someone you love has been injured when a roof or floor fell on a construction site, let us help you seek the compensation you need and deserve. We are the lawyers at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., in New York City. We understand your situation and can help workers injured after a roof or floor collapse.
Helping Victims Of Roof Collapse Recover Compensation Since 1965
For over 50 years, we have successfully recovered significant verdicts and settlements for injured construction workers.
Some Injuries Caused By Falls
Falling through a roof or floor can result in significant and life-altering injuries, such as brain injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, and even wrongful death. Even a seemingly less serious injury, like a broken arm, can have severe repercussions for a career if it causes chronic pain or reduces limb mobility.
Verdicts And Settlements We Have Won
We have successfully won millions of dollars of verdicts and settlements for our clients:
- $1.75 million settlement for a construction worker who fell through a roof
- $1.25 million settlement for an electrician who fell through an unguarded floor opening
- $1.2 million settlement for an electrician who tripped and fell because of a floor opening
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You Don’t Pay Unless We Win
We work on a contingency fee basis, so you will owe us no fee unless we obtain a financial recovery.
Contact Our Construction Accident Law Firm
If you or a family member has suffered serious injuries when a roof or floor collapsed, please contact Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., at our Manhattan offices for a free consultation. To set up an appointment, call us locally at 212-732-4992 or call us toll free at 800-574-4LAW. We take all construction cases on contingency, which means that you won’t owe attorney’s fees unless we secure compensation for you.