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Brooklyn Construction Accident Lawyer

If you or any of your loved ones have recently been involved in a construction site accident, then you need professional legal help to see redress and get compensation for damages. You can contact professional construction accident lawyers at Bendix Law for a free consultation and seek legal advice on the next course of action. We're committed to helping construction accident victims fight for the justice they deserve. 

Since our inception in 1988, Bendix Law has committed its resources to helping injured accident victims. We know these accidents can be devastating and result in severe bodily harm. Also, we understand that receiving medical attention to cater for these injuries can be relatively costly. That's why we'll do all we can to make sure that you receive fair compensation for any damages suffered. Any claim you recover can be used to sort your medical expenses, lost wages or disabilities.

Don't hesitate to contact us today on (718) 388-2225. We're available to attend to your personal injury claims in Brooklyn and other New York boroughs 24/7. What's more? Speak with William in just 30 minutes*.

How Often Do Construction Accidents Occur In Brooklyn?

Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in Brooklyn, New York. We have witnessed the transformation of Williamsburg and Brooklyn firsthand. The 2018 Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that there were 22 construction site fatalities - the most work-related fatalities in any industry. 

There are four primary accidents that result in construction site injuries: 

  • When a person is struck by an object

  • Falls

  • Electrocution

  • When a person is caught between two objects

Bendix Law is an experienced and trusted Brooklyn Construction Accident Lawyer to help you get justice for injuries sustained at building sites. Book a free consultation with us and give us a call today.

Call (718) 388-2225 now for a free consultation.

Who's Responsible For Your Compensation After A Construction Accident?

Whenever you walk around the streets of New York, you're bound to come across a few construction sites. Construction sites are quite common and they usually have numerous people working in them. This means a high percentage of people are at risk of suffering from construction site accidents. As a result, the government has put several laws in place to guarantee the safety of those who work at construction sites. While these laws haven't stopped these incidents from occurring, they usually state who is liable for compensating any injured victims. 

General Contractors and Site Owners

Whenever a site owner decides to carry out a new construction or renovate an old property, they have to make provisions to protect the workers. According to Section 200 of the New York Labour Law popularly known as the "Scaffolding Law", site owners and general contractors are required to “provide reasonable and adequate protection to the lives, health and safety of all persons employed therein or lawfully frequenting such places.” This law means that it's up to the general contractor or site owner to take all necessary measures to ensure that the construction environment is completely safe. 

The Scaffolding Law carefully explains how different construction site equipment is to be set up to guarantee the safety of workers. It also allows site workers to hold owners as strictly liable for injuries suffered on hoists, scaffoldings, ladders, stays, hangers, pulleys, blocks, etc. Strict liability means the worker doesn't have to prove the negligence of the site owner or general contractor. However, this section is only applicable if you were actively involved in repairing, demolishing, altering, erecting, painting, or cleaning a structure. 


Most construction sites are made up of numerous sections. After a general contractor wins the bid to work on a site, he hires subcontractors to handle different sections and stages of the project. Subcontractors are also expected to create a safe working environment for construction site workers. If you get hurt due to the negligence of a subcontractor, you can hold them responsible for it. However, you may have to prove it. 

Engineers and Architects 

Construction workers who suffer construction site accidents may also hold site engineers or architects liable. These professionals are responsible for creating the structural design of the building, and they must adhere to laid down guidelines when doing so. If they fail to follow these guidelines, you may sue them for compensation. 

Equipment Manufacturer 


Most 21st century construction sites are filled with different types of machinery and equipment. Defective equipment can cause fatal injuries for site workers. When you suffer injuries due defective machinery, you may be able to hold the seller or equipment manufacturers strictly liable. 

When filing an injury claim after a construction accident, it may be difficult to identify who's liable for your compensation. However, an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you find out this information in no time. Bendix Law is an experienced construction accident lawyer that can help you review your accident report and identify whoever is liable for your claim. 

How Long Should I Wait Before Applying For A Personal Injury Claim?

The amount of time you spend before applying for a personal injury claim will depend on how you intend to seek compensation. 

If you are looking for workers compensation, you'll have to notify your employer about your injury compensation within 30 days of the incident. Then, you'll have a limited amount of time to compile the details of your compensation. 

However, if you intend to file a personal injury claim, you'll have 3 years to do so. You'll lose the right to receive compensation for construction site injury if you wait for too long before filing your case. 


Are you struggling to create a solid claim within the stipulated time? Why don't you hire Bendix Law to help you out? We are experienced construction accident lawyers and will build a solid case for you before time runs out. We understand the importance of filing for a claim as quickly as possible and will work round the clock to achieve it. 

Why Should You Hire Bendix Law?

Most victims of construction site accidents are usually left with no means of compensation because they don't know the next course of action to take. If you've suffered a construction site injury due to the negligence of someone else, then you're supposed to be paid some form of compensation. 

But it can be tough to go through the process of filing an injury claim by yourself. If the negligent person is insured, the insurance company won't simply pay up your compensation. They'll try to reduce or totally avoid it. That's where an experienced Brooklyn Personal Injury Lawyer can help. Bendix Law is a top-rated construction accident lawyer with over 30 years of experience. We've been serving clients in Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens and other New York Boroughs since 1988. Therefore, you can trust the quality of service that we offer. 

These are the reasons why you should contact us now:


  • Bendix Law has been serving Williamsburg, Brooklyn, since 1988. As a result, we are familiar with all the local laws and can help you win your case.

  • Bendix Law offers personalized legal services. We understand that no two legal cases are the same, and ensure that every new case gets the proper attention. 

  • Bendix Law has been in this business for many years. We have developed an effective system for handling construction injury cases and have proven results to show for it. 

  • We will not charge you for consulting until you fully recover your claim. By doing this, you can rest assured about the quality of our service. 


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