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What do you do if you are injured at work?

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When you go to work each morning, you don't expect to get injured. Unfortunately the statistics show that work place accidents happen quite workplace accident and injury lawyersoften. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2013 more than 3 million Americans suffered a work-related injury or illness, and 4,405 deaths were caused by workplace accidents.

Dangerous conditions exist in all workplaces, from offices to construction sites

Some workplaces are known to be dangerous, such as a construction site, a rail yard or a mining site. Employers are required at such sites to abide by specific safety regulations that protect against the hazards of these jobs. Yet all workplaces--from offices to school rooms to medical buildings--can be hazardous, especially if the site is not well-maintained, there is poor training, safety codes are not followed or employees are forced to work long shifts with insufficient breaks.

Our workplace injury lawyers are committed to protecting the health and rights of all workers. Our labor law attorneys specialize in handling injury cases across the New York and Long Island areas. We have successfully represented numerous clients in the often dangerous industries of construction and railroad building.

If you were injured in a workplace accident, we can help

Our lawyers specialize in these types of accidents and injuries and can help ensure you get the compensation you may be entitled to so that you can focus on recovery. We will fight to get you the money you deserve to pay medical bills, rehab, medications and co-pays as well as get compensated for lost wages, pain and suffering and any other expenses related to your injury. Let our experienced attorneys provide you with a free case evaluation.

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