If you sustained injuries in a construction accident, and you are thinking…
- I work off-the-books
- I am not a citizen
- My boss told me not to report the accident to anyone, or say it happened somewhere else
…Can I still have a case?
The short answer, in every situation described above, is yes. You may have a case.
If you work off-the-books, the law still allows you to bring a lawsuit for your injuries. If you have never worked on-the-books, you may still recover for your pain and suffering and your medical bills.
If you are not a citizen, or your immigration status is not valid, the law still recognizes your right to recover for your injuries.
If you didn’t report the accident, or your boss told you to say it happened someplace else, you are still entitled to recover damages for your injuries. We will work with you to help you explain your circumstances.
You have come to the right place for information and help.
We are ready to fight for you, and with our decades of experience, we know the best ways to go about winning the greatest amount of money possible for you.
For over 25 years, we at Friedman & Simon, LLP Injury Lawyer have won many millions of dollars for our injured clients. For many of our clients who suffered injuries in construction accidents, the money we have won for them has made all the difference in helping them rebuild their lives.
We have won large settlements and verdicts for workers injured in construction accidents who were working off-the-books, or who were not citizens, or who had bosses who tried to escape responsibility for an employee’s construction accident injuries by lying or directing others to lie about how or where the accident happened.
Please note, your communications with our office are held in confidence, so you can have complete peace of mind about your privacy.
Please also note, we only get paid if and when we win money for you, so there is no financial risk to you in working with us whatsoever.
Let us use our experience and dedication to win excellent results that work for you.
Call us now at (516) 800-8000 or complete and submit the form to the right and we will contact you promptly.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you!