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Work Related Injuries

New York Work Related Injuries Attorney

With the amount of time individuals spend working, it is not surprising that many injuries occur when working on the job. Workplace injuries can lead to constant pain or catastrophic injury that can prohibit you from working and may render a worker eligible for financial assistance to help them cope.
At Linden Rozenberg, we will assist you in your worker’s compensation claims against your employer. Additionally, although you cannot direct sue your employer in Court, there may potentially be other parties that may be held responsible. At Linden Law, we go the extra mile in investigating your case to navigate through workers compensation claims, and around those claims to determine if there are any available additional sources for our clients to recover for their injuries.






There are many different types of work related injuries that can lead to serious injury. Some of these include:

  • Construction accidents
  • Workplace injuries in hospital
  • Tunnel worker silicosis
  • Machinery accidents
  • Exposure to fumes or chemicals
  • Work- related car accidents
  • Injuries caused due to heavy lifting
  • Diseases caused because of harmful exposure
  • Utility Worker Asbestos
  • Head injuries
  • Occupational Illness
  • Fractured Bones
  • Carpal Tunnel

Linden Rozenberg
Personal Injury Lawyer New York

At Linden Rozenberg, you will have an individual and personal relationship with the attorney handling your case. Our attorneys are available by phone, email, and even text messages 24 hours a day.

Linden Rozenberg
Personal Injury Lawyer New York

At Linden Rozenberg, you will have an individual and personal relationship with the attorney handling your case. Our attorneys are available by phone, email, and even text messages 24 hours a day.

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Since construction accidents happen so often, the New York State laws allow for additional protection to construction workers who get injured on site, making it easier to claim for compensation for injuries sustained on a construction site. New York State Industrial Code and the Federal OSHA regulations force

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