How to Get the Recovery You Deserve After a New York Construction Fall

Injured in a New York Construction Fall Accident? Get the Recovery You Deserve

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

We can talk about how to prevent construction fall accidents; it is important to do so, and we will continue to do so to help prevent future New York construction fall accidents. However, if you have been injured in a New York construction fall accident, then it is too late to talk about prevention. Regulations, policies, and procedures can’t help now. Instead, you need to focus on how you can get the recovery that you deserve after a New York construction fall has left you injured.

Three Things You May Not Have Thought of That Can Help You Get a Fair Recovery

We are not going to suggest that you get medical help—though you should. Instead, we want to focus on the things that are not as obvious—things that could have a significant impact on your potential recovery. Specifically, our New York construction lawyers want you to consider:

  1. Watching what you say. What you say can later be used against you in your construction accident settlement. Accordingly, it is important to watch what you say to your employer, to others, and on social media.
  2. Contacting your employer immediately. While you need to watch what you say, you may also need to report your accident in order to make a recovery.
  3. Getting help with your New York construction injury claim. You don’t want to guess about what you should do. Instead, you want to know exactly what you need to do to protect your rights.

You also need to be prepared to fight for your fair recovery.

Don’t Fight Alone—Call a New York Construction Lawyer for Help

For more information about what you can do to protect your possible recovery, please call an experienced New York construction attorney today at 1-800-362-9329, and please read our FREE informational pamphlet, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone .