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With the obvious dangers involved with hidden openings on construction sites, it is amazing that these injuries happen at all, but they do. With alarming frequency, unguarded openings are the cause of construction site falls or objects and debris falling on workers on the lower levels.

Leaving floor openings without at least clearly labeling them and guarding them while workers are on duty is nothing short of supervisor negligence, and improper cleanup and maintenance.

If you have suffered serious injuries as a result of an unguarded opening on a construction site, our lawyers can help. With more than 40 years of personal injury litigation experience, our Keogh Crispi attorneys know how to help you find the medical care and money you need, as well as the justice you deserve.

If you are an undocumented immigrant worker who has been injured on a construction site, contact us immediately. Don't let anyone (a supervisor or employer) tell you that you will be penalized if you report your injury. You are entitled to receive money for your construction site injuries even if you are an undocumented worker.

New York's "Scaffold Law"

Even if the injuries you suffered were your fault, your employer is still liable for the damages you have suffered. Under New York's "Scaffold Law," if your injuries were caused by a gravity-related accident like a ladder fall or falling debris, the fact that you were partially liable for the accident that caused the injury may not limit your recovery.

Regardless of fault, you can most likely still obtain full compensation for your injuries.

Contact Our New York City Construction Injury Lawyers

Our attorneys offer free and confidential consultation to discuss how we can help you obtain the financial compensation you need and the justice you deserve. From our office — located two blocks from Grand Central Station — we represent clients throughout New York City. We are available to our clients 24 hours a day.

Please contact us at 212-518-2417 to schedule your free consultation.

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