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November 2014 Archives

Injured in a car accident? We can help.

Many New Yorkers take cars for granted. People get in a car and go on their way, seldom thinking for a moment that they won't reach their destination safely. But travelling by car is among the most dangerous things a person does during a normal day. All it takes is one slip up.

Job site injuries during New York World Trade Center construction

Now sitting on Ground Zero in New York is the World Trade Center. The transformation from a scene of horror to one of hope symbolizes New York's resilience. However, the rebirth came with a cost. The rebirth was fraught with blood and injuries that went unreported, according to a Daily News investigation.

Fatal four cause almost 60 percent of construction injuries

New Yorkers take pride in their work. Day in and day out, they go to work and get the job done. But sometimes bad things happen; sometimes workers get hurt from on-the-job injuries. Sometimes the injury is minor, other times fatal.

Construction accident on bridge sends man to hospital

Construction work in New York is a thriving industry that provides jobs and a valuable service to the city. These workers take pride in their craft, work hard and face the risks of a somewhat dangerous job without complaint. Given the nature of the work, there is a constant possibility for construction injuries from large equipment, trucks or due to mishaps. When there are on-the-job injuries, it's imperative that the worker who was hurt knows what to do after it happens so he or she won't be left without any income and huge bills while the recovery takes place.