New York Work Injury Attorneys
Protecting Your Rights in Employment-Related Accidents
We know from experience that workers are not always treated well when they are injured on the job. Employers try to minimize the work injury and pressure employees back to work before they are healed. Insurance companies may flat-out deny a work injury claim for medical bills and lost wages.
We Fight For Your Rights: 1-800-722-7529
You need the strong employee rights advocates of Scarcella Law Offices if you were denied benefits or believe you have a personal injury claim. Our network of lawyers understands labor laws, Workers Compensation, and the rules regarding third-party liability in workplace injuries. Contact us today for a free consultation. With offices in White Plains, New York and Manhattan, we represent clients throughout New York City, Westchester County, and Rockland and Putnam counties.
Workplace injuries are generally covered under Workers' Compensation. If you have been turned down for a Workers' Comp claim, we can help prove your case to the insurance company to get you qualified for benefits. Special laws — such as New York's Labor Law Section 240, covering scaffolding accidents — enable some construction workers to recover additional damages.
If your injury was caused by negligence of someone other than your employer, you may have a product liability or personal injury lawsuit against that party. Scarcella Law Offices handles all work injury cases:
Available 24 Hours: 1-800-722-7529
If you have been injured on the job, contact the New York work injury lawyers of Scarcella Law Offices. We can help with your Workers Compensation claim, or in suing property owners, manufacturers, or contractors for damages in work-related accidents. Our skilled attorneys are accessible, aggressive, and effective. We offer a free consultation, including evenings and weekends.
With offices in Manhattan and White Plains, New York, we handle personal injury and wrongful death claims in Westchester County and Rockland County, including Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Eastchester, Scarsdale, Hawthorne, Dobbs Ferry, Ossining, Pleasantville, Thornwood, Riverdale, Greenburgh, Elmsford, and Yonkers, and all of New York City: Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island, including Harlem, the East Side, Battery Park, and Park Avenue.