Seeking Damages Beyond Workers’ Compensation

Pursuing Maximum Results for Injured Workers

Many people believe that if they are injured at work, they are limited to whatever money and benefits they can get from the workers’ compensation system. In many cases, however, injured workers are able to obtain additional compensation by bringing personal injury claims.

At the Albany-based law firm of Law offices of Sanford Rosenblum, my experienced New York personal injury trial attorneys help clients who have been injured in workplace accidents and the families of those who have been killed seek damages beyond workers’ compensation.

Understanding Your Rights After a Workplace Accident

Under New York workers’ compensation law, you cannot sue your employer or a fellow employee for injuries resulting from a workplace accident. That is because the workers’ comp system provides the same limited benefits no matter who was at fault for your injuries.

However, if a general contractor, a property owner or a manufacturer may be responsible for your injuries, you may have a personal injury claim.

Depending on the facts of your case, seeking damages beyond workers’ compensation by pursuing a personal injury claim may get you a significantly greater recovery than workers’ compensation.

Identifying All Possible Sources of Compensation

If you only consult a workers’ compensation lawyer about your accident, he or she may not be prepared to bring a personal injury claim on your behalf. My attorneys have an established track record of getting significant results for injured workers in personal injury cases.

Experienced and Dedicated Albany Construction Site Injury Attorneys

If you have been injured on a construction job site or any other work site, do not hesitate to contact us for a free consultation to discuss your options with an experienced attorney. You will not pay any fees or expenses unless I help you get compensation for your injuries. I focus on construction accidents in the Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga and Catskill area.