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New York Attorneys Handle Albany Fire Department Lawsuits

Proven trial lawyers stand up for injured firefighters

The Albany Department of Fire, Emergency and Building Services is one of the largest fire departments in the state, with an annual operating budget of $32 million. According to its website, the department’s mission is to “provide a range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants of the city of Albany from the effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or the exposure to dangerous conditions created by either man or nature.” To accomplish this mission, Albany firefighters must be willing to put themselves in harm’s way. However, these firefighters have a right to expect that they will not face unnecessary dangers caused by the negligence of others, and that they will be fully compensated when they are injured as a result of someone’s negligence.

Barasch & McGarry has a long, successful history of assisting firefighters throughout the Empire State in personal injury claims.

Were you injured while working for the Albany Fire Department?

Our firm has successfully managed personal injury claims for a wide variety of firefighter injuries. We can assess whether you have a cause of action against the Albany Fire Department or another person or entity for injuries and accidents, including:

  • Asbestos exposure
  • Asphyxiation or smoke inhalation
  • Burns
  • Chemical exposure
  • Electrocution
  • Eye injury
  • Fall/jump
  • Gas explosion
  • Hearing loss
  • Negligent death
  • Overexertion
  • Rapid fire spread
  • Struck by object
  • Structural collapse
  • Sudden heart attack or stroke
  • Vehicle accident

If you or a firefighter you love has sustained a serious injury or suffered wrongful death, our attorneys will fight to see you get the compensation you deserve.

Contact our experienced attorneys for legal action involving the Albany Fire Department

Our proven trial lawyers provide personal injury representation in cases where fire departments are at fault for harm to personnel. If you’ve suffered a serious job-related injury, we are prepared to assert your rights. To schedule a free consultation, call Barasch & McGarry at 844.874.1564 or contact our office online.


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