New York Workplace Accident Lawyers Protecting Your Rights as an Injured Worker
Many employees in New York will suffer an injury or illness due to the negligence of their employer. When that happens, these workers should not bear the brunt of such a tragedy on their own – they deserve to get compensation for medical expenses and other losses. Even if your injuries do not allow you to continue working at your job, you still deserve financial security while obtaining any necessary treatment or medical care. The workplace accident attorneys at our law firm have the knowledge and skill needed to help you get the compensation that you deserve by filing a successful claim for personal injury. We help victims of workplace accidents in New York City, Long Island, and throughout the state.
Our firm has extensive experience representing clients who have suffered injuries due to the negligence of their employer. We understand that you may be overwhelmed by your serious injuries – sometimes even fearful about what happens next – which is why we want to help you every step of the way. Mark E. Seitelman Law Offices, P.C., has helped injured workers recover compensation for medical care and other losses after they were hurt on the job. Let us do everything possible to secure financial security while you focus on your recovery from any injuries sustained during your accident at work. Every workplace injury is different. On-the-job injuries can be incredibly impactful for you and your family. Take the measures you need to protect yourself after suffering a work-related injury. For legal representation and advice on how to best move forward with your case, contact Mark E. Seitelman Law Offices, P.C. today at 212-962-2649.
How Do Most Workplace Accidents Happen?
Workers who are injured at their place of employment often suffer injuries due to the negligence of their employer. Our firm is committed to upholding the rights of workers across New York professionals, no matter what industry they work in or where they live. We will thoroughly review your case and determine whether you may be entitled to financial restitution. A few common causes of workplace accidents include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Falls from ladders or scaffolding
- Repetitive stress injuries – like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Improper safety equipment
It can be easy for some employers to deny responsibility for an accident that happens on company property, even if the accident was a result of a person’s negligence. Injured workers must be proactive in seeking compensation for their losses, especially if the original incident has made it impossible to return to your job. We can provide you with experienced legal guidance on how to protect your rights while you recover from the injuries sustained during your accident at work.
Our firm has helped many injured workers get justice against negligent employers by filing personal injury claims against them. You do not need to face this situation alone – we are here to help you every step of the way through your ordeal. Because each case is different, you should seek out an attorney before filing any claim or accepting an insurance settlement offer.
What is the Most Compensation I Can Recover Through an Injury Claim?
Workplace injuries can lead to serious drawbacks and repercussions on many levels of your life. Some of the most significant effects that a workplace accident can have on you and your family include:
- Physical pain and suffering
- Emotional trauma
- Loss of income from missed work to recover
- Medical expenses – like costly treatments or assisting devices for injuries sustained by broken bones in the accident at work.
The amount of compensation that workers in New York can receive will vary depending on how their injury prevents them from returning to their job, the severity of their injuries, and any other losses they may have experienced due to the accident. It is best if you contact us before filing any personal injury claim for an answer about what types of damages are sought after through these cases. We are here to help make sure that your legal rights are upheld.
We can review your case to help you determine how long the process of filing an injury claim in New York may take, what you should expect during the process, and how we can help you secure just compensation for medical expenses in addition to pain and suffering that is associated with workplace injuries. While it is difficult to fight against an employer who denies responsibility for damages, our firm can give you peace of mind by assisting you every step along the way through this difficult time.
Why Should I Hire a Work Place Accident Lawyer?
If you have been injured in a workplace accident, the Mark E. Seitelman Law Offices, P.C. can protect your rights and fight for just compensation on your behalf that you deserve for medical expenses in addition to pain and suffering related to the injury at work. We will review all of the details surrounding your case and let you know how we can help get justice against negligent employers who were responsible for causing accidents on company property leading to serious injuries sustained by employees.
Our firm is dedicated to providing top-quality legal representation to clients who have been injured from accidents at work or from dangerous conditions created by their employer’s negligence. We do everything possible to get our client’s financial recoveries through these cases – from filing a personal injury claim to negotiating with the insurance company responsible for handling your claim.
Which Workplace Accident Lawyer is Right for Me?
Since each case is different, it is important to work with an attorney who can ensure that your legal rights are upheld. We have helped many clients over the years secure compensation for injuries sustained at work by filing claims against negligent employers – clients have received their rightful financial recoveries through our results-oriented approach to these cases. Reach out to Mark E. Seitelman Law Offices, P.C. at 212-962-2649 to learn more about your legal options going forward.