Chemical Burns, Explosions And Electrocution Accidents
SPINAL CORD INJURY
Man suffers spinal cord injury when pipe dropped on him at construction site
28-year-old worker injured when platform collapses while laying cable
35-year-old worker injured when steel plate falls on his head while renovating elevator
Worker dies from fall when caulking windows of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
35-year-old worker dies in fall while working on construction of new building
Serious Medical Issues From Burn Injury Accidents
Injuries resulting from fires and explosions often include severe burns, as well as broken bones, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. These types of catastrophic injuries often require extensive medical care and rehabilitation, including reconstructive surgery, which is expensive, painful and can be needed for years into the future. Our firm also represents the families of electrocution victims and other wrongful death victims in New York.
These accidents may occur as the result of chemical explosions, gas main and propane tank explosions, defective furnaces and machinery, electrical fires and automobile fires.
Contact Our Burn Injury Representation
Construction accident representation is complex and it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side. Contact our office in New York City to schedule a free initial consultation with Paul B. Weitz & Associates, PC. Call us at 212-346-0045 to make an appointment. Hablamos Español.