NYC Construction Injuries Up At Least 147%, Get Multi-Million Dollar Settlements


The New York City skyline is arguably the most iconic Skyline in the world. Even after the tragedy of September 11th, many of the most notable buildings of New York City like the Empire State Building and one World Trade Center as well as the New York Times building, the Chrysler Building, and others are instantly recognizable to native New Yorkers and non-new Yorkers alike. But there are thousands of other buildings in New York City less notable but all of which helped to make up that iconic Skyline, and more are going up or being repaired on a daily basis. When people think of a typical New Yorker working, they may think of a police officer or a stockbroker but one of the most common images that people call to mind is actually a construction worker working on a building, precisely because of the ubiquity of large buildings in New York City.

However, for as inspiring and beautiful as these buildings are, unfortunately there is a downside. Those workers do get injured and some of them even die. The Bureau of Labor Statistics records that “fatal occupational injuries in the city have ranged from a high of 191 in 1993 to a low of 56 in 2013 and 2016.” Beyond fatalities, there can be anywhere from 20 to 100 injuries in a given month. There were around 39 injured workers in NYC in January of this year.

“If you or a loved one has been injured in a construction accident in New York City, you may be entitled to significant monetary compensation to cover lost wages, medical bills, damages, and more,” stated a spokesman for The New York City Personal Injury Law Office of Richard M. Kenny. “Mr. Kenny, our founder, is himself the son of a construction worker who was injured on the job - and it cost him the ability to know his grandchildren. Because of that, Mr. Kenny is dedicated to helping the brave men and women who make up the backbone of New York to get the help they need when they’ve been injured in a construction site accident while on the job.” NYC Injured Construction Workers should call (212) 421-0300 or visit

With over 130 5-star reviews on Google, The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny is one of the highest-rated personal injury law firms in New York City. One of the reviewers of his firm had this to say: “Mr. Kenny and the rest of his team were so wonderful and helpful after I was in a pretty bad accident. They took time to explain everything and were patient and poised every step of the way. They really care for your well being, you are not just another paycheck to them. Highly recommend him to anyone who needs a personal injury attorney. He will give his best for you.”

To schedule a free consultation call (212) 421-0300 or visit his website, below.

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