How to Talk to a Lawyer About Your Construction Accident

What to Share With Your Lawyer After a Construction Accident

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

Are you a construction worker who’s not used to talking about what hurts? Is your wife asking you repeatedly to talk about your construction accident injuries and is your doctor forever asking you to describe your pain?

The last thing that you probably want is for someone else to start asking you questions about your Hoboken construction accident injuries. We get that, and that’s why we want to explain about the information we will need from you.

You Won’t Need to Guess or Make Conversation

You are, of course, welcome to share any information that is relevant to your Hoboken construction accident or injuries with us. However, you do not have to worry about how to start the conversation.

When you meet with us we will ask you questions about:

  • When the accident occurred.
  • Who was present when the accident occurred.
  • How you think the accident occurred.
  • What injuries resulted from the accident.
  • What the doctor has told you about your injuries.
  • How your injuries have affected your income.

We will also ask you other questions based on your specific accident and injuries and you will be able to ask us any questions that you might have about your legal rights or recovery.

We Want This Information for an Important Reason

Our goal is to help you recover from your construction accident injuries and we want to gather the information necessary to help you do that.

Do you want to learn more about your rights and recovery before we meet? We encourage you to browse the free videos and resources on this website and to read a free copy of our brochure, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone.

The decision about what to do now is yours to make. Please contact us if we can be of any help to you during the recovery process.