New York Injury Lawyers Protecting Workers
Workplace injuries are common. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were nearly 3 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses among private employers in 2012. Of these injuries, more than half required days away from work, transfers or restrictions, data from the federal agency shows. These numbers don’t include public employees who were injured at work.
These injuries can cause more than stress and pain; they can cause the injured worker to lose money. Sometimes workers’ compensation is just not enough, especially in places like New York, where the cost of living is elevated. If you have been injured in a workplace accident, the attorneys at The Orlow Firm can help find qualified legal representation for workers’ compensation. We can also evaluate your case to determine whether you can pursue additional compensation.
We have more than 30 years of experience and have handled many types of worker injury cases. We know that each case is unique. Schedule a free initial consultation to learn how we can help you. Call (800) 504-9590 or contact us online.
When Injuries Keep You Out of Work, We May Be Able to Help
Unfortunately, New York workers’ compensation cases can be a headache, full of red tape and often resulting in low payments for injuries. It is of the utmost importance that you know your rights after an accident in the line of work. Even if you’re already receiving workers’ comp, you may be able to receive more money for your injuries.
In many cases, a third party may be responsible for your work-related injuries, in addition to your employer at the job site. At The Orlow Firm, we have perfected the legal strategies needed to win you the compensation you deserve. We are an experienced and professional father and sons team of injury lawyers with the know-how to prosecute third parties for your benefit in New York.
We can seek out the equipment manufacturer, the building landlord or any relevant involved party for suit on your behalf. Many of our clients receive much more money than they originally expected. What’s more, our lawyers work on a contingent basis. This means that you don’t pay us until we recover for you.
Contact The Orlow Firm
Our experienced New York on the job injury attorneys can help you. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.
Call (800) 504-9590, or fill out our online form.