Help After An Electrocution, Explosion Or Burn
Despite building contractors’ responsibility to keep workers safe, unfortunate accidents such as electrocutions, explosions and burn injuries occur from time to time. Hot materials, heavy equipment and a pressure to finish construction projects on schedule all contribute to injuries and deaths caused by contact with electrical cables, extension cords and wires.
Albert Buzzetti & Associates handles workers’ compensation claims in a timely manner to protect our clients’ rights to full benefits after a construction accident involving electrocution, explosions or burn injuries. At the same time, we investigate construction and industrial accidents to determine whether other parties besides the construction worker’s employer were negligent and contributed to the accidental injury or death. Contact us to speak with an attorney at no charge.
We Fight For Maximum Compensation For You, Not Just Workers’ Comp
Our New York and New Jersey construction accident lawyers work to ensure that our clients recover maximum compensation for medical bills, lost wages, long-term care, and pain and suffering. We look beyond workers’ compensation, because workers’ comp benefits typically do not cover your true financial losses.
The trial attorneys at Albert Buzzetti & Associates have a successful record helping workers who have suffered head injuries, burns and other catastrophic injuries. Our attorneys stay current with the most effective legal remedies offering relief for the injured worker and his family.
All casework can be conducted in English, Spanish, Korean, Italian, Croatian or Greek. We have an attorney or staff member fluent in each of these languages.
We offer the resources and experience of a large firm delivered with the personal service and attention of a small firm. Contact our offices at New York City or Englewood Cliffs to arrange a free consultation about your burn, shock or explosion injury or wrongful death case as soon as possible. Call (New Jersey) or 866-237-8202 (New York).