New York’s construction sites can pose extremely hazardous risks to workers, the environment, and bystanders. Fumes, dust, gases, and other materials present on construction sites
Category: Construction Accidents
Employers have a duty of care to provide and maintain a safe work environment for their employees. Following the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s
Regardless of their position or industry, all employees have the right to safe working conditions. Because construction sites present several unique hazards, reporting any neglect
Employers are expected to provide their employees with a safe place to work. Learn more about the different types of OSHA violations.
Securing compensation after a scaffolding accident can be tricky if you don’t know what to do next. Here are some measures to take after an injury.
Discover the various types of injuries construction workers typically face while on the job.
Violations of labor laws can threaten industrial peace, so New York enacted the National Labor Relations Act to harmonize work relations. Learn more here.
Partners Daniel T. Leav and Daniela F. Henriques Achieve a Large Settlement in the amount of $2,850,000
The team at Leav & Steinberg LLP helped mother and daughter injured by debris falling from a nearby construction site secure a substantial settlement.
In certain circumstances, construction workers who become the victims of accidents at work are entitled to bring their case to court to seek compensation.
44 year old laborer was injured due to a defective ladder while building 1 WTC. His injuries resulted in cervical and lumbar surgery. Leav & Steinberg secured witnesses and a financial recovery of $5,000,000.00