Falling Objects

Have You Been Injured in a Falling Object Accident?

New York City builds up — not out. A huge portion of construction work is performed at lofty heights, leaving those working near the ground vulnerable to objects falling from above. Regardless of whether danger comes in the form of crumbling debris or dropped tools, falling objects reach the ground at high speeds and leave construction workers exposed to serious injury or death.

Some of the falling objects commonly causing serious injuries or wrongful death include:

  • Bricks, cinder blocks and crumbling facade
  • Support beams
  • Scaffolding, railing and planks
  • Wires and cables
  • Metal objects such as pipes, fittings, duct work and sheet metal
  • Handheld tools

Our New York Accident Attorneys Can Help

At Eisenberg & Baum, our New York construction accident attorneys help victims and their families explore all possible means of compensation after a job site accident. While workers’ compensation typically helps people injured on the job, it is important to investigate all legal options, including third-party claims.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed by a falling object, contact us at info@eandblaw.com, complete our online form, or call (212) 353-8700 to speak with an experienced New York construction accident lawyer to discuss your legal options. 

We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won’t have to pay us unless we win your case.

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