Knee and Hip Injuries
Cohen & Cohen Law Group, P.C. represents hardworking construction professionals who have suffered injuries on the job. However, we are not a workers’ compensation law firm. We pursue claims against third parties, specifically outside subcontractors or tool manufacturers.
Simply stated, we pick up where workers’ compensation falls short.
If you have suffered a hip or knee injury while working on a construction site, place a call to Cohen & Cohen Law Group, P.C. At our Forest Hills law office, Albert Cohen, the founder of our firm, leads a team of personal injury attorneys who provide dedicated advocacy and personalized representation to their clients in the construction industry. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with a Queens construction accident attorney.
Life-Changing And Career-Ending Knee And Hip Injuries
On behalf of clients dealing with the aftermath of a hip or knee injury, we focus on maximizing their compensation through a third-party personal injury claim. Specific injuries to the knee or hip include:
- Hip sprain or strain
- Hip dislocations or fractures
- Knee sprain or strain
- Torn meniscus
- Torn cartilage or a torn medial collateral ligament (MCL) or anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
Injuries to the knee and hip limit mobility, making it difficult or impossible to perform your job. Immediate medical treatment is necessary to ensure that you receive a proper diagnosis, treatment and documentation for possible legal action.
Workers’ compensation can only go so far in covering all of our clients’ financial needs. Third-party construction accident claims can address the full scope of present and future medical care, lost wages and potential earnings, and pain and suffering.
Contact An Experienced New York Knee And Hip Construction Injuries Lawyer
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. We provide a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Call 800-247-8164 to arrange an initial consultation. You may also use our convenient email contact form to request a return phone call about your case.