Skip to content

call today for a free consultation

New York Personal Injury Attorneys

New York Personal Injury Attorney Blog

Safety Precautions During Winter Weather in New York: Keep Our Construction Workers Safe

The construction industry poses a myriad of risks year-round, however, winter weather brings unique concerns, especially for those working within the Northeast. Large cities such as New York average low temperatures in the twenties during winter months, leading to frozen jobsites and the potential for serious snowfall.    Here, the construction accident attorneys at Sullivan…

Read More

SPBMCC Recovers Over $1.3 Million in Construction Site Accident Case

SPBMCC recently recovered a total of $1,337,500 for an assistant superintendent who fell through an HVAC pre-cut hole on the bulkhead roof at a construction site.    Plaintiff Sustains Fracture After Construction Site Accident, Requiring Surgeries The roofing company that the plaintiff worked for had placed roofing paper over the entire roof at the construction…

Read More

Keeping New York Construction Workers Safe During COVID-19

Construction workers are faced with substantial physical risks every day, and the COVID-19 pandemic has created an additional threat to workers’ health and safety. As a partially essential industry in New York, companies must take extensive precautionary measures to protect workers against the risks associated with the coronavirus and potential physical injury on the job….

Read More

Five Years of New York City Construction Accidents: Maps, Statistics and Analysis

[1p21video src=”″ width=”” id=”gif_replace_noalignment”] Construction workers ply their trades in one of the most dangerous industries in the United States.  Perhaps nowhere is that more true than in New York where, despite significant worker protection laws and heavy regulation, construction workers are injured or killed on a near-daily basis. In February 2019, nine workers were…

Read More

$4,000,000 Dollar Settlement For Electrical Helper After Construction Accident

Our client was a 56-year-old electrical helper whose employer was hired to install electrical outlets in a pharmacy in the Bronx. The client was on a ladder running wires through a drop ceiling when he came into contact with a live wire which was left there some time previously. As a result, he sustained an…

Read More

Free Case Evaluation

Our fee is on a contingency basis. If we don’t recover money for you, we will never charge you. If you are unable to come to any of our offices, we are happy to visit you at home or in the hospital.

*Field Required