Lawyer Arcia is a symbol of success for every Hispanic immigrant. Attorney Arcia is the most successful Hispanic immigrant in the United States.
After graduating with first place from the best high school in Panama, surpassing those who would be future presidents and industrial leaders, attorney Arcia manages to score the highest 1% on the SAT exam to enter the universities of the United States.
After obtaining his degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master's in International Strategic Policy, he obtained with honors a Juridical Doctorate from the renowned Catholic and Jesuit University Loyola University in New Orleans in 1992.
In 1993, attorney Arcia became the only Hispanic attorney hired that year as a prosecutor in New York City at the Brooklyn prosecutor's office.
In 1995, lawyer Arcia founded, without any employee or help from anyone, his own law firm and since then he has cultivated many triumphs and great achievements in favor of the Hispanic immigrant community of New York.
Proudly, Arcia & Associates. PC has become the largest Hispanic firm in New York.
New York Lawyers Experienced in Construction Accident and Personal Accident Cases
The dedicated attorneys at Arcia & Associates, PC help New York City foreigners and other clients navigate the 100% Spanish legal system. We know how confusing and complicated it can be for you to understand your rights and options, especially if you are a newcomer to the country and / or if English is not your first language. Our New York personal accident attorneys have accumulated decades of experience with 100% Spanish proficiency and an exceptional commitment to supporting immigrants to help our clients overcome the challenges they face. We recognize that the stakes are high for those who seek our assistance and we take the time to design a comprehensive strategy in their favor.
Construction accidents can have a devastating and long-lasting effect on a worker's life, especially in the case of immigrants. Litigation for compensation of injuries caused in such accidents in New York may include or only negligence claims, but also claims based on New York law, which require general contractors and construction site owners to take certain preventive security measures in specific situations. This is due to the inherent hazards that are inherent in work in construction areas.
Section 240 of the Labor Law requires contractors and owners of construction sites to provide protective measures for workers performing work at high altitudes, including office buildings and other skyscrapers. Scaffolding, ropes, cranes, supports and ladders are part of the equipment that must be used to prevent falls and to alleviate the impact of accidents. Similarly, Section 241 of the Labor Law requires construction companies and construction site owners to provide specific equipment to workers performing certain works, such as construction, excavation, and demolition work. Many of those obligations are "non-delegable" duties. Failure to provide this equipment may hold the general contractor responsible, to the owner of the construction area and even to other entities for any accident and each of them can be jointly and severely liable to satisfy an adverse judgment if the responsibility is based on a "non-delegable" duty. However, a successful monetary recovery may depend on representation by an experienced New York personal accident attorney. As in other personal accident cases, a victim's status - or lack thereof - has no impact on their ability to obtain compensation. Successful monetary recovery may depend on representation by an experienced New York personal accident attorney. As in other personal accident cases, a victim's status - or lack thereof - has no impact on their ability to obtain compensation. Successful monetary recovery may depend on representation by an experienced New York personal accident attorney. As in other personal accident cases, a victim's status - or lack thereof - has no impact on their ability to obtain compensation.
If you or a loved one were injured as a result of a car accident, a slip followed by a fall, a medical malpractice incident, or a wide variety of traumatic events, you have the right to seek compensation from those responsible. . Typically these cases are based on negligence claims, a legal theory that holds individuals and entities liable when they fail to take certain preventive measures or fail to respect the safety of others. The specific rule of caution in any particular case depends on the circumstances. For example, drivers are required to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe manner. That means obeying traffic laws and avoiding engaging in dangerous activities like, for example, send mobile messages when behind the wheel. On the other hand, property owners are expected to take care to maintain it in reasonably safe condition and to give warning of dangers of which they are - or should be - aware.
Even if you are partly responsible for an accident, a personal accident attorney can still help you obtain some form of compensation. New York law even allows victims who have been partially responsible to recover a reduced sum of money for damages based on proportionate fault. Victims of motor vehicle accidents can benefit from a New York law that holds the defendant 100% of the damages, even if the defendant is equally at fault.
Talk to a Dedicated Personal Accident Lawyer in New York City Today
Arcia & Associates, PC is proud to be "the largest Hispanic-owned and ethnic-owned law firm" in New York. Our personal accident attorneys can communicate directly with our clients in Spanish without the need for interpreters, legal assistants, and administrative staff. We represent individuals throughout the Greater New York City region, including Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Long Island, Westchester County, Rockland County, and the States of New Jersey and Connecticut.