Goshen is a wonderful community that has seen job growth over the last decade. While this is great for residents, the fact is that there has also been an increase in the number of workers injured on the job. We believe no one should have to suffer financial pain on top of their physical and emotional trauma, which is why we have dedicated our careers to helping injured workers in New York.
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Don’t Hesitate If You Need Legal Counsel
The Disability Guys have been helping injured workers and individuals with disabilities since 1933. Our attorneys can guide you through the process of filling out the actual claim forms, speak on your behalf with insurance companies, and explain all available legal options to you. We believe that communication is one of the most important factors in our relationships with our clients, which is why our attorneys are available to answer questions throughout the entire process.
Our Clients Googled “Attorneys Near Me” Because Of Accidents Like The Following
Two People Die And Four Injured In Truck Accident – Warwick, NY 10990
Sometimes, even the best drivers make mistakes and when they do, accidents occur. Four students and a driving instructor were involved in a serious car accident when one of the student drivers made a left turn onto Route 41 right in front of an oncoming tractor-trailer. Two of the students were killed and the other two students, the driving instructor, and the driver of the tractor trailer were all seriously injured.
Construction Accident Claims The Life Of A Worker – Red Hook, NY
A 44-year-old woman was killed when a co-worker who was operating an 18-ton bulldozer struck her shortly after 1 p.m. The state police have investigated the accident and have reported that the accident occurred when the co-worker attempted to adjust the bulldozer to a new position and didn’t see his construction partner.
Employees Sustain Injuries To Legs In Industrial Accident – Orange County, NY 10912
Every business should have fire extinguishers on the property in case of a fire, however, it’s important to remember that these canisters are under quite a bit of pressure. Recently two employees at a Fire Equipment plant were seriously injured when the extinguisher they were attempting to fill exploded. Both were rushed to the hospital and listed in serious condition due to injuries to their legs.
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Steps You Should Take After An Accident
There are five basic steps that all workers can take to improve their chances of obtaining workers’ compensation:
Step 1- Immediately get medical help
Step 2 – notify your employer of your injuries
Step 3 – contact a workers compensation attorney
Step 4- file a workers’ compensation claim
Step 5- keep copies of all records (medical reports, police reports, witness statements, and forms you’ve filled out.
Local Resources For Accident Victims
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Middletown, NY 10940
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Warwick, NY 10990
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Newburgh, NY 12550
Workers’ Compensation Board
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New Windsor, NY 12553
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Goshen, NY 10924
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Latest Goshen Workers' Comp Updates
By Brian Mittman
July 28, 2017- Construction Workers Fall 40 Feet At A Construction Site
Two construction workers are in serious condition after they fell 40 feet while working on scaffolding on Thursday, July 27, 2017. According to fire rescue workers, firefighters came to the scene of the accident very quickly. Both men fell very close to the street level, which helped firefighters and paramedics to quickly get to the men and into the ambulance. Their condition is listed as serious.
June 29, 2017- Engineering Equipment Operator Dies On Alaskan Construction Site
A Chicago man who was working on an Alaskan construction project on temporary assignment was killed on site. The man died on Monday, June 26, 2017, in the afternoon while operating heavy equipment on the Chena River flood control project outside North Pole, Alaska. According to the agency, the man was operating a roller compactor on a stability berm and as he was preparing the site to install a relief well, the compactor rolled. Emergency responders pronounced him dead thirty minutes after the accident happened. The accident is being investigated by the agency and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
May 31, 2017- Nine Workers Injured After Building Partially Collapses
Nine workers were injured after a building partially collapsed at a construction site. The construction workers were pouring concrete when the accident took place, but it is not quite clear how the collapse took place. Police and firefighters arrived on the scene of the accident to find some of the workers hanging from the scaffolding and some knee-deep in wet concrete. Other workers were trying to shovel themselves out of the wet concrete. It was reported that nearly 20 people fell from scaffolding, but only a dozen were transported to a nearby hospital. OSHA inspectors were on the site shortly after the accident happened.
April 28, 2017- Dangerous Factory Conditions Highlighted In Alabama Work Accident
A young Alabama woman’s fatal accident shined a spotlight on the dangers associated with low-paying jobs in America. The 20-year-old woman was struggling to earn enough money to pay for her upcoming wedding so she decided to take up a job working for the Ajin USA auto parts plant. Her tragic accident happened when a robot that the young woman was operating stopped working correctly. She attempted to fix the machine with three other coworkers and ended up stepping inside the robot’s cage. Unfortunately, the robot abruptly started working again and crushed the 20-year-old inside it. She died the following morning from the injuries she suffered. OSHA has very strict rules when it comes to large machinery and immediate workplace safety and has concluded that this woman’s accident was preventable. OSHA also states that this accident should not have happened if the employers had followed proper safety precautions.
March 30th, 2017 – Firefighter Injured In Staten Island Blaze
A firefighter was injured while fighting a five-alarm fire on Staten Island while attempting to rescue the elderly woman who lived in the home. Sadly, both the home and its resident were lost to the fire. For more information on this check out PIX11 News