An experienced construction accident lawyer knows that their client’s livelihood and future employment are at stake. Your attorney should know how to navigate the intricate state and federal regulations, laws, and safety standards that will allow you to recover and compensate you fairly for your losses as a result of your construction accident. A Dellacona Law Firm, we can provide you this guidance.
Should I get a lawyer for my construction accident?
Construction accident lawyers like me are experienced in knowing what’s fair compensation for the types of injuries you sustained and the expenses you incurred, such as medical bills and lost wages. As an RN, I can also help you understand the long-term effects of your injury on your quality of life. Dellacona Law Firm offers a free consultation to learn the unique circumstances surrounding your case. Our extensive experience helping people in situations like yours will allow us to advise you whether you are being fairly compensated or if there is a legal basis for a lawsuit.
What would a lawyer do for me?
Construction accident attorneys focus on three areas: documentation, investigation, and negotiation.
First, your attorney’s legal team will gather documentation related to your claims, including medical records and bills to establish the extent of your injuries and the basics of what occurred.
Second, your assigned team will investigate your accident through security footage, eyewitness accounts, police records, safety inspection reports, and other means to help build your case.
Third, your construction accident lawyer will negotiate with the defense or your insurance company on your behalf, outside of the courtroom, to help you get all the compensation you are entitled to. If these negotiations are unsuccessful, your attorney will go to trial to present your case.
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Construction Accidents FAQS
What should I do if I’m in an accident on the job site?
It’s always best to be cautious with your health. As soon as you are injured, inform your supervisor and go to whichever doctor, hospital, or medical clinic is recommended by your company or required for worker’s compensation. Be open and honest with all medical professionals about how you are feeling and what occurred. Be clear from the first time you call your doctor and throughout your in-person visits that this injury occurred at a construction site while you were working.
When should you contact an attorney?
If the compensation you are being offered isn’t fair, or if you aren’t sure, contact a construction accident attorney like me, Tracey Dellacona, immediately. Legal consultation early in the process will help ensure you are protected and fairly compensated later.
How much does a construction accident lawyer charge?
Dellacona Law Firm offers a free consultation to learn the unique circumstances surrounding your case and advise you as to your legal options. To set up your no-charge consultation, call 478-477-9000.