Helping Injured Workers Since 1981
Welding poses unique dangers on construction sites. Because the welding process produces UV radiation and intense light, it can cause skin and eye damage. The fire and heat involved can result in severe burns in a welding accident.
If you have been injured in a welding accident, either as a welder or as a construction worker injured in a welding-related accident, contact the New York welding accident attorneys of The Orlow Firm. Our legal team has handled numerous construction accident legal claims during 30 years in practice and has helped clients across New York City and beyond receive maximum compensation for their injuries.
For experienced and caring legal help in pursuing a claim for welding accidents and injuries, contact the New York welding accident attorneys of The Orlow Firm for a no-charge consultation. Call (646) 647-3398 or send us a message online.
Types of Welding Injuries
Welding involves fire and extremely high temperatures. Given the inherent dangers of welding, the risk of injury is always present. Injuries commonly result from:
- Extreme heat and burns
- Fire due to sparks, the presence of gasoline and other flammable materials, and ignited fumes
- Fatigue due to overworking, double shifts and multiple shifts
- Lightheadedness due to fumes
- Eye injuries
- Too-tight quarters between workers
Lawyers for Welding Rod Injuries in New York
Our three lawyers have represented thousands of people in personal injury and wrongful death cases in New York. In cases where negligent third parties caused dangerous conditions, we can aggressively pursue compensation from both private insurers. At our law firm, you will always work with a named partner. We believe our clients should not accept anything less than the personal attention they deserve from attorneys who will work to maximize the damages in their case.
Contact The Orlow Firm Today
For more information regarding our firm and your rights, contact the New York City welding accident attorneys of The Orlow Firm. We offer free initial consultations and operate four offices across New York City for your convenience. We can go to you if you cannot come to us.
To contact a lawyer, call (646) 647-3398.