New York City Scaffolding Accident Lawyers
Scaffolding is a type of support structure most often used at construction sites to provide temporary access to the higher areas of buildings and other large structures. Scaffolding is almost always a modular system and is most commonly made out of metal, although occasionally other materials such as wood are used. Although most scaffolding structures are perfectly safe, if they are improperly manufactured, set up, or maintained, they can present a distinct danger both to construction workers and bystanders.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries due to collapsing scaffolds, contact the New York City scaffolding accident attorneys of Orlow, Orlow & Orlow P.C. We will evaluate your case and determine who is responsible for your injuries.
Types of Scaffolding Injuries We Handle
Scaffold injuries most often occur as a result of collapsed scaffolding. Bystanders can be seriously injured because scaffolding is often located near, or even on top of, areas with heavy pedestrian traffic. Falling scaffolding pieces, tools and other debris can cause head and neck injuries in addition to lacerations and contusions. At Orlow, Orlow & Orlow, we have the years of experience necessary to handle all types of scaffolding injuries, and we will aggressively and effectively represent you. Some of the scaffolding injuries we handle include:
If you or a loved one has been injured due to a scaffolding accident, regardless of whether or not the accident occurred while on the job, contact the New York City scaffolding accident lawyers of Orlow, Orlow & Orlow, P.C. We will determine who is responsible for your injuries and fight to ensure that these individuals are held accountable for their actions.