New York State Labor Law claims require experienced attorneys who deeply understand the complex legal and regulatory frameworks underpinning this practice area. Tyson & Mendes believes in quick and cost-effective solutions to complex and potentially protracted liability and damages cases. Our New York Labor Law practice team moves quickly to investigate, evaluate, and determine the most effective strategy for defending these claims. We have brought the same dedicated approach to handling these matters for nearly 25 years. Our clients range from the largest global construction companies to small home builders throughout the state of New York. Additionally, we routinely deploy our rapid response team to construction job site accidents, including the largest construction projects in the United States. This type of experience is the most important differentiator in enabling our clients to reduce their exposure. With an extensive knowledge of New York Labor Law, Tyson & Mendes vigorously pursues all possible options to provide creative, thoughtful, and favorable solutions to complex New York Labor Law cases.
- Accomplished a dismissal of third party claims and verdict of $650,000 against $17 million demanded by the injured plaintiff.
- Attained a $5 million verdict in Bronx County against Ironworker who sustained a seven level spinal fusion and $12 million in damages.
- Executed $4.5 million verdict against a plaintiff’s alleged CRPS injury and $10 million in damages.
- Plaintiff’s demand of $7 million was reduced to a $3.4 million verdict based on significant loss of earnings.
- Mediated a $2.6 million settlement in Bronx County case after plaintiff plummeted ten feet from upper scaffold.
- Reached $2.2 million verdict against plaintiff who fell two stories off the building’s ledge, sustaining multiple spinal injuries and $14 million in damages.
- Delivered a $1.85 million settlement on behalf of a construction company after plaintiff experienced traumatic amputations.Achieved a $2000,000 settlement for American Safety Casualty Company after plaintiff’s claim that wind moved scaffold causing multiple spinal injuries.