New York Explosion Injury Attorney
An explosion or fire on a construction site can happen in a split second. A welding torch left lit near combustible material. A propane or gas tank explosion. An electrical fire from an improperly-wired junction box. Construction workers are only a second or two away from a serious burn from explosion or electrical shock on the job site every day.
Stenger, Roberts, Davis & Diamond, is recognized as one of the Hudson Valley's prominent construction accident injury law firms, serving plaintiffs in workplace injury cases resulting from third-party negligence. In most cases, you will be covered by workers' compensation benefits but we can help you seek additional money damages from any third party held liable for your injuries, including the property owner, the general contractor, the manufacturer of a defective piece of equipment and negligent subcontractors working on-site.
We are a prominent construction site injury law firm representing plaintiffs injured in construction accidents in communities throughout the Hudson Valley. We have extensive experience in burn injury and wrongful death claims resulting from:
- Explosions, fires and electrocution
- Injuries from defective construction equipment
- Falling material and tools
- Scaffold Falls, falls from ladders and platforms
- Falls from roofs and walls
- Walls, roof and trench collapses
- Construction vehicle injuries
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Our construction fire injury litigation team is ready to help you fight to recover maximum compensation for your losses. We represent injured builders and construction workers on a contingency-fee basis. You will not pay attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or trial verdict. You will work directly with your lawyer, while confident in the knowledge that your attorney can count on the support and knowledge of a team of experienced trial lawyers. Contact us to arrange a consultation with one of our New York burn injury lawyers at a convenient office near you.
Kenneth Stenger is the contributing attorney to this content.