Construction Accident Lawyers &
Attorneys for Long Island NY

The construction industry is a very high risk industry.  Each year many workers are killed or experience a serious construction accident or injury while doing construction work.  Federal and State regulations require building owners and general contractors to provide adequate safety protection for workers to assist in avoiding such construction accidents. 

Some construction Site hazards that cause serious injury or death are:

Scaffolding Accidents
Workers Falling from heights
Machinery accidents
Crane Accidents    
Being Struck by an object
Exposure to toxins including asbestos
Electrocution
Explosions and Fires

These construction accidents can result in devastating permanent injuries that affect your quality of life.  If you or someone you know were a victim of a construction accident, contact the Long Island Personal Injury lawyers and attorneys of Zemsky and Salomon, NY as soon as possible to discuss your options.

Zemsky & Salomon, Long Island Construction Accident Attorneys, will stand up for you and make sure your rights are protected.  A construction accident may often lead to catastrophic injury or death   The Long Island Construction Accident Lawyers of Zemsky & Salomon will help those who are injured in a construction accident recover damages for their injuries including medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.  

CONTACT OUR Long Island CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT Lawyers and Attorneys

If you or a loved one was seriously injured or killed in a construction accident, call the Long Island Construction Accident Attorneys of Zemsky & Salomon P.C. for a free consultation.  We can be reached at (516) 485-3800 or use the form below. 

We handle personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits on a contingency basis.  This means we absorb all fees and costs until we have successfully secured compensation for your injuries.  We do not get paid unless you get paid.


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