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$3-Million Settlement Won for Sanitation Worker

The NYC law firm of Personal Injury Attorney Todd J. Strier assists worker whose foot was seriously injured on the job

$3-Million Settlement for Sanitation Worker Injured Doing Baskets

Sanitation Worker’s Foot Run Over By Partner While Doing Baskets. A Manhattan sanman was doing baskets when his partner failed to make sure he was away from the truck before pulling forward. As a result, the front tire rolled over his foot causing him to undergo 11 surgeries. We helped him obtain is 3/4 accident disability pension and lawsuit against the City was settled for $3,000,000.00.

How Can We Help You? More About Todd J. Strier, NYC Personal Injury Attorney for Sanitation Workers

As a New York based personal injury attorney who has specialized in helping Sanitation Workers for more than 20 years, I know that NYC DSNY Sanitation Workers face these kinds of hazards on a daily basis. Serious foot injuries are all too common on the job. Being a NYC sanitation worker is a fast-paced, physically-demanding career where some workers are exposed to potentially dangerous situations on an almost daily basis. I have had the great honor of being the lawyer selected to represent many New York Sanitation Workers, Sanitation Supervisors, Sanitation Superintendents and Sanitation Police Officers who have been injured in Line of Duty (LODI) accidents and for other matters.

If you have been injured on the job, my law firm has the many years of experience and specialized expertise necessary to help you get the compensation you deserve. If you are a NYC Sanitation Employee (uniformed division) injured at work and the City of New York is responsible for your injuries, you have the right to maintain an action against the City of New York and keep your job. There are strict statutes of limitations, which must be followed, so it is suggested you call our office to discuss the facts of your case as soon as possible. To protect your case, be sure to collect vital information such as witness information and photographs of the defective condition or accident scene.

Please note: It is essential for those injured to protect their financial future including your hard-earned pensions by determining who is responsible for the accident and taking action immediately! It is critically important that you file a Notice of Claim within 90 days of the date of your LODI with the NYC Comptroller. My office can help with this process, as we have for many NYC DSNY employees and other NYC workers.

If you are a NYC DSNY employee who has been injured on the job or need any legal assistance, please contact me for a free consultation. Use our Contact Form or call / text my cell for emergencies. Click Here for Contact Information Page.