Aggressive Representation

Construction Accidents, Medical Malpractice & More.

High-Caliber Attorneys

Committed to Construction Accident Cases

We are a high-caliber New York law firm laser-focused on results. Our talented team of seasoned professionals handles construction accident cases, trucking accidents, traumatic injury, class action, and medical malpractice cases. Our passionate roster of attorneys uses innovative tools and powerful investigative resources to get the maximum recovery possible for every client.

Trusted Construction Accident Law Firm

We proudly represent injured men and women in the Construction and Building Trades. Our high-caliber attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience handling construction accident cases. To achieve data-backed results, we collaborate with a team of expert physicians and economists. As a result, we have recovered millions of dollars for injured workers, including more than $450,000,000 in the past year. We know the industry and we know how to get results.

Additional Areas of Expertise

Other Practice Areas

Our firm offers trusted legal services by providing the right experts to represent the right cases.

Impressive Results

A law firm should be judged by its results. See how Zaremba Brown achieves high-quality results in high-stakes cases.

for victims of medical negligence
We served as co-lead counsel in arbitration award to 255 victims of medical negligence.
settlement in consumer fraud case
Zaremba Brown recently served as co-lead counsel in a consumer class action case. Our work in this multi-district consumer fraud action resulted in a $23,394,775.00 settlement which was distributed to the class of purchasers.
for a union carpenter
$10,600,000 jury verdict in Bronx county Supreme Court for a union carpenter who was struck by a falling object. Plaintiff sustained injuries to his spine and brain and the Bronx County jury agreed that he could never return to work.
settlement for a pair of union laborers
$9,300,000 settlement for a pair of union laborers with back and neck injuries. This case settled on the literal eve of trial after the court rules that plaintiffs were entitled to summary judgement on Labor Law Section 240(1).