Dan Santola – A Legendary Construction Accident Lawyer
Workers injured in a construction accident need a tough, experienced lawyer to fight for them relentlessly. Dan Santola wrote the book on construction accidents. Dan is the author of a 1300-page book, Litigating Construction Accident Cases in New York. Since his 1978 landmark victory for injured construction workers, in the case of Allen v. Cloutier Constr. Corp., New York’s judges, and lawyers have recognized Dan Santola as a preeminent authority on New York’s unique laws that protect workers in the hazardous employment of construction, demolition, and excavation. Lawyers have selected Dan as one of The Best Lawyers in America for over thirty consecutive years.
Let Powers & Santola and their experienced construction accident lawyers help you recover the total amount of your losses. Have someone on your side with decades of experience and a track record of success handling construction site accident cases.
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Our attorneys have helped hundreds of injured workers employed in construction, manufacturing, warehouses, road construction, utility work, and other industries in upstate New York recover the full measure of damages they are entitled to receive.
We have handled a wide range of work-related injury and wrongful death claims resulting from construction accidents and other workplace accidents, including:
- Falling objects that strike workers
- Electrocution and burn injuries
- Excavation accidents and crush injuries
- Vehicle accidents while at work
- Forklift accidents
- Welding accidents and machinery defect accidents
- Toxic exposure
- Crane, excavators, aerial lifts, loaders, and other heavy equipment accidents
- Falls from ladders, scaffolding, roofs, beams, in elevator shafts, or from any elevation
Our lawyers are available to evaluate your accident claim during a free, no-obligation consultation. Call our Albany office or email Dan Santola directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Crane Accidents in Syracuse
Posted: May 23, 2023
Cranes are a commanding presence at construction sites. Primarily used to lift heavy materials, cranes are essential to building modern skyscrapers, and we see more cranes in Syracuse than in years past. To the surprise of no one, these heavy pieces of equipment can cause devastating injuries in an accident. Crane collapses are not unheard …
Heat Stroke Construction Accidents
In the summer months, temperatures in Albany can reach into the 90s and sometimes even higher. Add in high humidity and workplace stress, and construction workers can suffer serious heat-related injuries, including heat stroke. Many workers are unaware that they are entitled to compensation when they are injured on the job, even if Mother Nature …
Demolition Accidents at Albany Construction Sites
Posted: May 2, 2023
Before a new building can go up in Albany, an old one usually needs to come down first, so demolition is a critical part of many construction projects. Unfortunately, demolition is also quite dangerous. Workers can become trapped beneath rubble when walls or floors suddenly collapse, and they might be crushed by falling beams. These …
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