New York Labor Law 240 And 241 Defense

If your company or commercial insurance policyholder is facing allegations of violating New York state labor laws under Section 240 or 241, talk to an attorney at Thorn Gershon Tymann and Bonanni, LLP. Our firm offers more than a quarter century of helping employers and their insurers facing litigation involving employment laws relative to construction site work injury claims.

We work closely with your in-house counsel or executive management team to understand the issues underlying the dispute or lawsuit under New York labor laws, then develop a comprehensive strategy to aggressively protect your rights.

From our offices in Albany, Saratoga Springs and Lake Placid, our attorneys provide legal defense counsel for employers in New York and throughout the New England states. Call us toll free at 888-634-9771 or contact our offices by email to arrange an initial consultation with one of our New York labor law defense lawyers.

More Than 25 Years Of New York Labor Law Violations Defense For Employers | AV Preeminent* Rating

Members of our team have been listed among the Best Lawyers In America and our senior partners are all proud members of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Martindale-Hubbell has awarded our firm the highest AV Preeminent rating for ethical standards and legal ability. We practice insurance defense with integrity and our lawyers have earned a positive reputation among our satisfied clients and professional colleagues.

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Call us at 888-634-9771 or use our convenient email contact form to inform us of your need for experienced litigation defense counsel.

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