Long Island Injury Law Firm

The Long Island injury law firm at Gilbert, Blaszcyk and Milburn have over 70 years of combined experience working within the New York State Workers’ Compensation system. In the past, we have worked for and represented insurance carriers and self-insured employers before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. So we have experience at both ends. And this invaluable experience puts our injury law firm in an excellent position to best represent the interests of injured and disabled workers from across Long Island. So please, do not hesitate to reach out today. The number for our main office is 631-447-6500. When you call, we can provide you with a free consultation.

Long Island Injury Law FirmInjury Law Firms Throughout Long Island!

As a Long Island injury law firm, we have multiple offices across the Island. This includes both Nassau and Suffolk County. Below is a quick rundown of the office you can get in touch with:

  • Patchogue (Main Office): 631-447-6500
  • Riverhead: 631-421-4725
  • Melville: 631-208-9760
  • Garden City: 516-746-3400

We proudly represent people in workers’ compensation cases that result from a wide range of injuries. These include on the job injuries, occupational diseases and conditions, construction accidents, neck and back injuries, and more. So if you have suffered any sort of injury and need legal advice, then please get in touch with one of our offices today! Know your rights when you suffer a work injury!

The Dangers of Construction Sites

When a construction worker makes a simple error, it may result in disastrous harm for the people around them, leading to years of expensive recovery and care. There are many different causes, but some stand out more than others. Our injury law firm helps construction workers across Long Island, New York deal with these injuries and get them the compensation they deserve. Here are some dangers to expect on a construction site and help to avoid a work accident.

Lack of Proper Warning Signs

Construction sites are required to post warning signs alerting passers-by of the dangers. If there are not sufficient signs, accidents can result. These warning signs are also reminders to all the workers, too.

Improper Barricades

To help keep pedestrians safe when passing by a construction site, barricades must be posted. The absence of these barriers allows for more accidents. People may accidentally wander onto a construction site and hurt themselves. Or if the barriers aren’t far enough away from the worksite, then accidents can also result. And lastly, the mere presence of a pedestrian may impact a worksite and lead to a lapse.

Poorly-Inspected Equipment

It is important that all equipment is properly maintained and inspected. Otherwise, malfunctions or other issues can arise. And malfunctions with equipment leads to more workplace accidents. Serious injuries can occur. So be safe and keep the equipment in top shape.

Unsecured Tools

Falling debris and tools are a major cause of injury on construction sites. If tools and equipment up high aren’t secured, they can cause disabling injury and even death. We have all been near a construction site and wondered what would happen if something fell. Well, keep those tools secure and those issues fall by the wayside.