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Todd J. Strier has been named to the 2012 New York Super Lawyers list

Appellate Division dismisses Sanitation Worker's Claim Against Homeowner for placing glass into Trash Bag - Court determined It was an inherent hazard of the job

New NYS Law Increases Protection For Sanitation Workers in New York
A new NYS law makes it a felony to assault a NYC sanitation worker.
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Sanitation Worker Struck by SUV and Seriously Injured
This news story from Pittsburgh, PA highlights one of the many hazards faced by sanitation workers.

Todd J. Strier Named Man of the Year: The NYC Sanitation Retirees Association will honor attorney Todd J. Strier at their annual Dinner Dance in April. Dinner Journal | Event Information >

NYC putting more Sanitation workers on streets
NYC's Sanitation Dept. says it will put more workers on the streets by reassigning supervisors and adding 100 new hires...

Garbage Truck Runs Over Sanitation Worker
This news story from Jessamine County, KY highlights one of the hazards faced by sanitation workers.

Injury Statistics in the United States
The National Center for Health Statistics NCHS considers injuries to be a serious health problem in the US.

The Cost of Injuries in the United States
The CDC is interested in preventing future injuries by studying the most common types of injuries as well as the causes of these injuries

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NYC Personal Injury Attorney

FDNY paramedics, EMTs, and fire inspectors face dangerous conditions on a daily basis protecting our city. An emt, paramedic or fire inspector has the duty to protect, rescue, and provide medical services to people in need. Due to the daily dangers inherent in these jobs, they suffer from a large number of line of duty injuries that could end their career including the following:

  • Lifting injuries
  • Assaults from patients
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Ambulance accidents
  • Trip and Fall accidents
  • Injuries arising from using broken equipment
  • Severe burns
  • Explosive chemicals
  • Scaffolding collapse
  • Cardiac and respiratory problems
  • Internal trauma
  • Neck injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Wrongful death

If you were involved in a line of duty injury and are unable to visit our New York office, arrangements can easily be made for us to visit you. If you are an FDNY EMT, paramedic or fire inspector that has been injured in the line of duty, you should contact our office and speak with a NYC Personal Injury attorney.

If an FDNY EMT, Paramedic or fire inspector suffers a personal injury in the line of duty, he or she may be entitled to financial damages for pain, injuries, property damage, and loss of income. Although EMT, paramedics and fire inspectors are protected by workers' compensation, they are also entitled to pursue any third-party claims such as claims against private motorists, and landowners that may have caused the accident. Be safe and contact our office today for a FREE consultation.

Todd J. Strier has learned to appreciate the significant dangers encountered by FDNY employees each day and takes pride in his ability to provide assistance in their time of need.

If you or someone you know has suffered injuries in the line of duty, contact our offices at 1-877-794-3333 and discuss your case with a NYC personal injury attorney. We will provide you with a Free Case Evaluation. Our law firm can help victims in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Rockland County, Westchester County, and Orange County.


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Our law firm can help victims in the New York City area including the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island boroughs, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Rockland County, Westchester County, and Orange County.


The information contain on this site is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be legal advice. You should consult with an attorney from our law office for legal advice regarding your case. Note that by accessing and or reviewing the content of this website or submitting a "Free Case Evaluation" does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.