About Us

At the Construction Accident Law Resource, our construction attorneys utilize their years of experience in construction law to represent a wide range of clients in construction litigation across the Tri-State Area. The construction industry has the distinction of having one of the highest numbers of worker deaths in the United States. The Tri-State Area has special provisions to address the unique dangers faced by construction workers. Workers at construction sites are routinely subject to dangerous conditions and potentially serious injury. Working on a construction site may be one of the most dangerous jobs, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t deserve protection. You have rights and those rights should be strongly fought for if you are suffering from a construction site injury.

In the increasingly complex world of construction, litigation is becoming more and more common and necessary. Construction litigation involves a vast array of disputes frequently encountered on the job site including claims over defective work, scope of works disputes and delay or acceleration claims. In understanding the construction industry, we at the Construction Accident Law Resource bring our knowledge and dedication to you in delivering a strategy to protect and enforce your rights.

When you are searching for an attorney to represent you after you have been injured in an accident, it is important to know what your law firm and attorney brings to the table. The lawyers and staff at the Construction Accident Law Resource have been able to help victims of accidents and negligence in the Tri-State Area recover millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements.

If you are involved in construction litigation in the Tri-State Area contact one of the construction attorneys at the Construction Accident Law Resource now for a free consultation with one of our dedicated attorneys to see how we can help you.

Call Us Today 800-659-9318, 718-804-5230 & 212-481-7764

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