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When Should I Hire a Construction Accident Lawyer?

Following an accident at a construction site, you might ask yourself “When should I hire a construction accident lawyer?” This is a valid question, and chances are, if you are thinking about it, you should take the necessary steps now. Construction Accident Lawyer

Each year, at least 150,000 construction workers suffer an injury on the job. These include injuries by a falling object, electrocution, falls, or contact with dangerous chemicals. If you have been the victim of a construction site accident, rather than wondering whether you should hire a construction accident lawyer, call our firm now for answers you are looking for. It may be possible to recover compensation for what happened. 

Signs of Needing to Consult with a Construction Accident Lawyer

You Have Sustained an Injury that Required Medical Attention

There will be injuries that don’t necessarily force you to seek medical attention. For example, a scrape or slight bruise that can be attended to on the job or at home. However, there are a number of injuries that will require you to seek out a doctor. If you sustained an injury to the head, neck, back, or spinal cord, or if you broke bones, tore muscles, or suffered any other injury that requires downtime, it may be a good idea to consult with a construction accident lawyer. Please make sure you get medical attention for any of the aforementioned – regardless of whether or not you feel “okay”.

Your Injury Prevented You from Returning to Work

Some injuries at a construction site will only sideline you for a couple of days. If you were unable to work for weeks or months, call a lawyer for construction accidents. In this situation, you may be missing out on making money. A lawyer might be able to help you recover compensation for lost wages or loss of income while you are away. 

You Can No Longer Do Your Job

Sometimes, a construction accident will result in the inability to perform a job. For example, a spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, or injury that leaves you incapacitated might render you unable to work in the industry – or any industry again. In this case, you should not delay in calling a construction accident lawyer for help. A lawyer can review your case and determine whether a cash settlement from the employer or insurance company is possible. 

Another Party Was Responsible

Some accidents are accidents, and no one is to blame. In this case, workers’ compensation may be available. However, in up to half of all accidents, at least one party (not including the injured party) can be held liable. When this is true, a personal injury claim may be pursuable. A construction accident lawyer can listen to your case, ask you some important questions and let you know what next steps should be taken. There are time limits to both workers’ compensation and personal injury claims or lawsuits. You should not hesitate to call a lawyer, especially when you are questioning: “When should I hire a construction accident lawyer?”

 

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