5 Crucial Questions to Ask a New York Construction Accident Attorney

What to Ask an Experienced New York Construction Accident Attorney to Better Understand Your Case

Paul Hofmann
Specializes in personal injury, with emphasis on maritime, railroad and construction worker tort claims

Whether you are preparing for your first meeting with a New York construction accident attorney or you are well into the process of settling your claim, there are certain things that you need to know. There are specific questions that you can ask that will help you understand your rights and possible recovery. Our New York construction lawyers believe that everyone who has been injured in New York construction accidents deserves to know the truth about what comes next.

5 Questions You Don’t Want to Forget to Ask

Five of the questions that may help you understand your claim and your future rights include:

  1. Should I file a workers’ compensation claim or personal injury case?
  2. Given my injuries, what is a realistic settlement amount?
  3. What happens if we don’t reach a settlement?
  4. How will my recovery efforts affect my ability to work in construction again?
  5. Can you talk me through the process so I know what to expect, what you need from me, and what I should expect from you?

Of course, you may have other questions based on your specific accident, injuries and situation. It is important to ask all of your questions, not just those listed above, so that you can understand your rights and realistically anticipate the future. You have nothing to lose, and much to gain, by asking the right questions.

Call a New York Construction Accident Lawyer Today to Ask Your Questions

For more information, and to have all of your questions about your accident recovery answered, please contact an experienced New York construction lawyer today at 1-800-362-9329. We also invite you to read a FREE copy of our brochure, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone , to find out more about how to protect your rights and possible recovery.