Brooklyn Wrongful Death Lawyer
If you are an iron worker who was seriously injured in an accident at a construction site in the Greater New York metro — or a loved one's life was lost during an iron work project — you have rights that must be protected.
For more than 30 years, Garden City attorney Gary S. Alweiss has protected the rights of iron workers and professionals employed in a wide variety of construction trades. During in-depth investigation of workplace accidents, negotiations with insurers and aggressive litigation in court, Mr. Alweiss works hard to secure maximum financial compensation for clients struggling with lost wages, medical expenses, and the pain and suffering associated with a personal injury.
Iron workers and welders are usually the victims of negligence or mistakes by property owners, contractors, subcontractors and project supervisors. Many iron worker catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths could have been avoided if the proper attention to safety regulations had been paid.
Gary S. Alweiss is highly familiar with our state's Industrial Code, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standards and statutes that regulate safety standards and assign responsibilities of supervisors, owners, site safety supervisors and shop stewards. You can trust his legal skills, client focus and reputation for results.
To find out more about how we can help you, contact The Law Offices of Gary S. Alweiss to arrange your free initial consultation.
Our law offices serve injured clients on Long Island and in the New York City boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island.
Aggressively Protecting the Rights of New York's Injured Iron Workers
Iron workers and welders work at the very core of a construction project and therefore are vulnerable to accidents caused by:
- Trench collapse or cave-in during work on an inner structure and foundation
- Insufficient safety protection when heavy equipment, building materials, objects or debris fall
- Equipment found to be unsafe, such as welding and iron tools that are poorly designed, manufactured or maintained
If your job as a construction site iron worker or welder has been interrupted by an accident injury, contact The Law Offices of Gary S. Alweiss. For a free initial consultation with our Queens iron worker accident lawyer, call toll free — 877-361-5780.