Injured In A New York Construction Accident? You Can Rely On Attorney Mark T. Freeley.

Construction workers face some of the most dangerous conditions of any industry in the United States. New York's Labor Laws 240 and 241 outline specific safety requirements and other regulations designed to ensure the safety of every worker on the job site. Owners, general contractors and subcontractors have a responsibility to comply with these rules. Failure to do so places everyone at risk.

If you have been injured while working on a construction site, you may have grounds to seek additional damages beyond any benefits you may be entitled to receive under workers' compensation. These are complex cases that require the attention of a qualified personal injury lawyer. At The North Shore Injury Lawyer, attorney Mark T. Freeley represents construction accident victims throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County as well as all of Long Island.

Seeking Full And Fair Compensation For Injured Construction Workers

Mark and his team represent construction workers in a wide variety of job site injury claims. Mark understands the general contractor's and subcontractors' responsibilities in these cases, and he knows how to present a compelling case for damages when the failure to fulfill those responsibilities leads to serious injuries. He conducts a thorough investigation into the cause of the accident and seeks to hold all negligent parties accountable.

Mark's firm represents clients in construction accidents arising from any cause, including:

  • Ladder and scaffolding collapses
  • Failure to provide ladders, stairways or other vertical passage
  • Uncovered holes
  • Tripping and slipping hazards
  • Trench collapses
  • Falling debris
  • Crane accidents
  • Defective equipment or power tools
  • Electrical injuries

Speak With Mark About Your Construction Site Injury Claim

Contact our office to schedule a free initial consultation with Mark about your construction site accident. He will provide a thorough review of your case and explain your legal options. You can reach us by phone at 631-402-5527 or contact us via email to get started.