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New York Bridge and Tunnel Construction Accidents

Our Bronx construction accident attorneys stand up for your rights

Construction work happens all the time on New York City bridges and tunnels. Unfortunately, so do construction accidents. When they do, injury victims need to make sure they take action immediately to protect their rights. That's why it's critical that you talk to a NYC construction accident lawyer at Giampa Law.

We know how the legal system works. We know what to do to protect your rights. If you or a loved one sustained a serious injury in a construction accident on a bridge or tunnel in New York, get serious about your case. Get Giampa Law. We can fight for full and fair compensation after your accident. Read more below. And contact us today.

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Spuyten Duyvil Bridge

A railroad bridge joining the Bronx and Manhattan, the Spuyten Duyvil Bridge carries dozens of trains every day and is opened over one thousand times every year. Construction projects on either side of the Spuyten Duyvil Creek can put workers at risk of serious injuries. If you've been injured in an accident here, you deserve fair compensation. Our experienced Bronx construction accident lawyers can help.

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Henry Hudson Bridge

A double-decker bridge, the Henry Hudson Bridge connects the Bronx's Spuyten Duyvil neighborhood with the Inwood neighborhood in Manhattan. It serves thousands of commuters every day, connecting to the Henry Hudson Parkway. Construction work on or near the bridge can be dangerous for workers, and injuries in accidents can have serious consequences. Our Bronx construction accident lawyers can help you fight for compensation.

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Broadway Bridge

One of the best-known bridges within the city of New York, Broadway Bridge connects the iconic Broadway in Manhattan with the Bronx to the north. Tens of thousands of vehicles use the Broadway Bridge every day, and construction workers tasked with projects on and around the bridge have a vitally important job. If you've been hurt in a construction accident on or near Broadway Bridge, our law firm will help you fight for justice. Contact Giampa Law for a free consultation.

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University Heights Bridge

Crossing the Harlem River, the University Heights Bridge connects the University Heights section of the Bronx with the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan. Today, tens of thousands of people cross the bridge every day by car or bus. Construction workers at sites on and around the bridge may be injured in accidents at any time. If you've been hurt, you deserve justice. Contact a Bronx construction accident attorney at Giampa Law.

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Washington Bridge

Stretching 510 feet over the Harlem River, the Washington Bridge links the Morris Heights neighborhood in Bronx County to Manhattan's Washington Heights. There are often construction and maintenance projects on and around the bridge, and the people who work at those sites perform a critical task by keeping the bridge in good working order. If you have been injured in a construction accident on or near the Washington Bridge, the Bronx construction accident attorneys at Giampa Law can help.

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Alexander Hamilton Bridge

One of the most important bridges in New York City, the Alexander Hamilton Bridge connects the Cross-Bronx Expressway in Bronx County with the Trans-Manhattan Expressway in Manhattan. Nearly 200,000 cars cross the bridge every day. Keeping the bridge in good working order is no small task. If you were injured while working at a construction site on or near the Alexander Hamilton Bridge, the attorneys at Giampa Law can help you fight for compensation.

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High Bridge

The oldest bridge in New York City, High Bridge carries pedestrians and cyclists between the Highbridge section of the Bronx and Manhattan. It's a historic bridge and major local landmark. It's also the site of occasional construction and maintenance efforts. After a construction accident at or near High Bridge, our Bronx attorneys are here to help. Call Giampa Law for a free consultation.

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Concourse Tunnel

Part of the only fully underground line in the Bronx, the Concourse Tunnel connects the Bronx to Manhattan when it crosses the Harlem River. Thousands of people pass through this tunnel every day, and keeping the line in good working order is an important job. People injured in construction accidents in or near the tunnel deserve justice. If you've been hurt, Giampa Law can help.

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Macombs Dam Bridge

One of New York City's oldest bridges, the Macombs Dam Bridge crosses the Harlem River to connect the Bronx with Manhattan. Over 40,000 people use the bridge every day, and keeping it maintained is an important task. When construction workers are injured on or near the bridge, they deserve the opportunity to pursue justice. Contact a Bronx construction accident lawyer at Giampa Law today.

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145th Street Bridge

A four-lane swing bridge over the Harlem River, the 145th Street Bridge connects River Avenue in the Bronx with Manhattan. Today, it carries tens of thousands of people every day. Construction work on the bridge or any of the nearby roads can prove to be dangerous, and workers injured in accidents may be entitled to compensation. Call the Bronx construction accident lawyers at Giampa Law for a free consultation.

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149th Street Tunnel

Part of the White Plains Road Line serving the central Bronx, the 149th Street Tunnel connects the Bronx to Manhattan. Over 300,000 people use the White Plains Road Line every day, and keeping the tracks and the tunnel in good working order is critical. Construction workers involved in tunnel work are entitled to safe working conditions, and when they get hurt, they have a right to justice. Contact a Bronx construction accident lawyer at Giampa Law.

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Madison Avenue Bridge

A swing bridge spanning 300 feet over the Harlem River, the Madison Avenue Bridge connects East 138th Street in the Bronx with Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Over 40,000 people cross the bridge every day, and it's part of the course for the New York City Marathon. If you have been injured at a construction site on or near the bridge, you need an experienced Bronx construction accident lawyer. You need Giampa Law.

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Park Avenue Bridge

A vertical lift bridge that spans the Harlem River, the Park Avenue Bridge carries the Metro-North Railroad and connects the Bronx to Manhattan. Over a quarter of a million people use this bridge every day, and construction and maintenance work on the bridge is an important task. If you've been hurt on the bridge itself or at a nearby construction site, our Bronx construction accident lawyers can help. Call Giampa Law for a free consultation.

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Lexington Avenue Tunnel

Carrying the end of the IRT Lexington Avenue Line into the Bronx, the Lexington Avenue Tunnel connects the Bronx to Manhattan and Brooklyn and beyond. Hundreds of thousands of riders pass through this tunnel every day. If you were hurt while working on the tunnel itself or on a construction site in the area, our attorneys can help. Contact the construction accident lawyers at Giampa Law.

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Third Avenue Bridge

Carrying southbound traffic from the Bronx into Manhattan, the Third Avenue Bridge is used by over 50,000 vehicles every day. Construction work on the bridge and nearby roadways can prove to be dangerous at times. Injured construction workers deserve the opportunity for justice. That's how a Bronx construction accident lawyer at Giampa Law can make a meaningful difference. Contact us for a free consultation.

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Willis Avenue Bridge

A northbound-only bridge that carries traffic from Manhattan into the Bronx, the Willis Avenue Bridge is well-known as marking the 20-mile mark on the New York City Marathon. It's a fairly new bridge, having opened in 2010. But like all bridges, it frequently needs to be maintained. Construction workers involved in projects on and around the bridge deserve a safe working environment. And when they're injured in accidents, they deserve justice. Contact a Bronx construction accident lawyer at Giampa Law.

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Robert F. Kennedy Bridge

More commonly known as the Triborough Bridge, the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge is a complex of three bridges connecting the Bronx with Manhattan and Queens. Sometimes called the "biggest traffic machine ever built," the bridge complex carries hundreds of thousands of vehicles every day, and there are many construction projects on the bridges and nearby roads. If you've been injured at a construction site anywhere around the Triborough Bridge, contact Giampa Law for a free consultation.

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Bronx-Whitestone Bridge

Locally known as the Whitestone, the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge spans over 2,000 feet as it connects the Throggs Neck neighborhood of the Bronx with Queens. It carries I-678 and connects to the Bruckner Interchange on the Bronx side. If you were involved in an accident at a construction site on or near this bridge, our Bronx construction accident lawyers can help. Call today to schedule your free consultation with Giampa Law.

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Throgs Neck Bridge

Carrying Interstate 295 over the East River from Throgs Neck in the Bronx into Queens, the Throgs Neck Bridge forms an important thoroughfare as the easternmost crossing from Long Island to the mainland. With over 100,000 people crossing the bridge daily, construction work on and around the bridge is a critically important job. If you were hurt in an accident at a construction site on or near the bridge, our Bronx construction accident lawyers can help. Call Giampa Law for a free case evaluation.

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