Information About Accidents In The Bronx

Information About Accidents In The Bronx2016-12-30T12:46:38+00:00

For decades, New York City’s borough of the Bronx was a blighted area, littered by unused lots and numerous buildings in disrepair. But a wide array of governmental initiatives have recently infused the Bronx with life, and hope. Among other projects, construction is currently underway on many affordable housing developments and old buildings are getting a much needed face-lift.

Bronx Construction Accident Lawyers

But with construction come construction accidents. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regularly ranks construction as America’s most dangerous industry. Construction workers in the Bronx are routinely placed in harm’s way by negligent contractors, subcontractors, engineers, and architects.

When accidents happen, and New York City’s workers are hurt, many turn to the Bronx construction accident attorneys at Banville Law. For years, our experienced team of personal injury lawyers have helped New York’s injured construction workers recover with peace of mind.

Years of neglect have left the Bronx’s buildings structurally unsafe. In November of 2013, two men were seriously injured in a partial building collapse at 2601 Westchester Avenue. More recently, in March of 2014, two buildings collapsed in the nearby neighborhood of East Harlem. Investigators suspect that a gas explosion was to blame for two deaths and numerous injuries.

Learn more about our Bronx personal injury lawyers’ practice areas by following the links below:

  • Scaffold Accidents
  • Forklift Accidents
  • Crane Accidents
  • Fall Off Ladder
  • Collapsed Building
  • Falling Objects
  • Nail Gun Accidents
  • Welding, Brazing, Soldering & Cutting Accidents
  • Electrocution
  • Ceiling Collapse
  • Heavy Machinery (Tractors, Bulldozers, etc.)
  • Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents

Contact A Bronx Construction Accident Attorney

Were you injured in a construction accident in the Bronx? You may be injured, and unable to work. The situation may seem hopeless. But there may be a solution.

While New York State’s Workers Compensation system regularly denies claims, many construction workers have personal injury cases without even knowing it. Ready to find out if you deserve compensation? Contact our Bronx construction accident lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.