It takes professional representation to stand a chance at getting ample compensation for woes you suffered at a construction site. In a December 18, 2014, article for the New York Post, Sophia Rosenbaum reported on a beleaguered immigrant construction worker who received an unforgettable Christmas gift: a $62-million injury compensation package from the Queens Supreme Court.
The move comes as the Tri-State Area is enjoying the benefits of a highly-charged construction boom. A leading business newspaper said costs of new buildings in New York City are running in the tens of billions of dollars due to many contractors charging hefty sums for their services while scrambling to hire as many workers as they could. Long Island is not immune from this either, as some top developers aim to build apartments in the traditionally suburban region.