Sanitation Workers LODI

Line of Duty Injuries (LODI)

The work of sanitation workers is extremely dangerous. Sanitation workers perform work that is physically challenging and hazardous.  There are occupational hazards that cannot be avoided, which include exposure to pesticides, dead animals and broken glass or sharp metal.   Sanitation workers face high injury risk.

Getting injured on the job may not just result in ongoing physical problems,  it also can lead to emotional and financial distress.   There are many ways that sanitation workers can be injured, including:

  • Garbage collectors can get hit by passing vehicles
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Falls from Sanitation Trucks
  • Mechanical problems in the refuse truck
  • Hazardous chemicals can also cause burn injuries
  • Icy garage parking lot
  • Defective Front End Loaders
  • Defective tailgates and platforms
  • Slip and Fall or Trip and Fall Accidents
  • Defective hoppers
  • Falls off broken steps
  • Unsafe working conditions created by defective equipment
If you are an injured Sanitation Worker we can help

If you are a sanitation worker who is injured you may have a claim against the City of New York—or other parties who will be represented by an insurance company.

In either case, you need a lawyer who is experienced in fighting for the rights of injured sanitation workers.

The Oshman & Mirasola law firm has been helping line of duty accident victims get the settlements they deserve for over 30 years. We can help you secure compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages and benefits and medical costs.

Let our 30 years of experience work for you.

If you are a sanitation worker with a line of duty injury, you should call the Oshman and Mirisola law before you accept an offer from New York City or from an insurance company.

Call us today 212-601-9300 or fill out our short form for a free consultation. There is no cost to you until your case is settled or won and you receive your settlement.



For a free consultation give us a call at (212) 601-9300 or fill out our short form