Bronx & Brooklyn NYC Construction Injury Settlement Attorney Accident Lawyer

Manhattan Construction Injury Law Office of Richard M. Kenny represents injured construction workers in NYC, helping them win multi-million dollar settlements for their injuries and suffering.

New York, United States - July 23, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Construction helped make New York City skyline what it is – one of the most iconic skylines in all of human history. Everyday thousands and thousands of men and women work on construction sites tearing down old buildings and putting up new buildings and additions to existing buildings. However, sometimes accidents happen. when a person is injured while working the construction job, they can sometimes choose to file for workers compensation, but when the injury is particularly severe and was caused through negligence, the person injured or the family of that person if the individual was killed, can seek significant monetary reparations for injuries sustained.

Manhattan-based injury attorney Richard M. Kenny has been representing New York construction workers injured on the job. Mr. Kenny’s Law Firm has helped secure millions of dollars too many different New York residents who were injured while working construction. The Bronx Construction Accident Attorneys at the Law Office of Richard M. Kenny can be reached via their website, or by calling (646) 808-3785 to schedule a free lawyer consultation today.

Mr. Kenny is uniquely qualified to represent the fine men and women of New York City who work construction, both because, as his website states, “As a former member of a laborers’ union, Managing Partner, Richard M. Kenny earned his law degree by attending night school while working construction during the day. His unique background enables our law firm to better understand the challenges injured construction workers face and has equipped our legal team with the tools needed to protect your rights.” Moreover, Mr. Kenny’s father was also a construction worker who died as a result of his work in construction, and was never able to meet one of his grandchildren, which was one of Mr. Kenny’s own children. To this day Mr Kenny carries around his father’s Union card as a reminder of his dedication to those injured on the job.

Some of the most common causes of injuries on the job include falling debris and unsafe work conditions. New York Labor Law §§ 200 and 240(1) require adequate safety equipment to be provided, and oftentimes this just isn’t the case, from unsafe ladders to improperly maintained materials and equipment. Moreover, New York Labor Law § 241(6) and New York Industrial Code § 23-3.4(c)(4) require workers to not be working in the area of dangerous and operating machinery, both of which are common causes of construction injury and death.

Workers injured should seek out a free lawyer consultation with a qualified injure attorney, and the Manhattan Construction Injury Law Office of Richard M. Kenny has been repeatedly listed as one of the top civil law practices not only in the city of NYC but the state of New York and in the Country. A free consultation can be requested through Mr. Kenny’s website below, or by calling (212) 421-0300.

Contact Info:
Name: Richard M. Kenny
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Organization: The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny
Address: 875 6th Ave Suite #805, New York, New York 10001, United States
Phone: +1-212-421-0300

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88900293

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