What to Do With Your New Jersey Construction Accident Recovery

3 Things You Can Do if You Recover Damages in a New Jersey Construction Injury Case

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

The money that you recover in a New Jersey construction accident case is not going to be a windfall. The money that you recover, whether through a personal injury case or workers’ compensation claim, is designed to compensate you for the injuries that you suffered on the job. Even if you have enough money to live on, it is important to consider what an accident recovery may be able to provide so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not to pursue such a recovery.

3 Things a New Jersey Accident Recovery May Allow

The amount of your recovery will depend on the extent of your injuries and whether you are able to file a personal injury lawsuit or workers’ comp claim. However, whatever recovery you are able to make may allow you to:

  1. Continue providing for your family. Compensation of lost wages, or a percentage of lost wages, may allow your family to continue living as they are accustomed to living.
  2. Get the medical care you deserve. Your medical bills may continue to add up. You shouldn’t have to choose between food and shelter or medical care if you’ve been hurt on the job. A potential New Jersey construction accident recovery can help you get the medical care that you need.
  3. Recover. A financial recovery may allow you to have the time that you need to recover without rushing back to work to pay the bills.

Other benefits may also be available depending on the terms of your recovery.

Contact a New Jersey Construction Accident Attorney to Learn More

To learn more about your potential recovery after an injury at a local construction site, please contact an experienced New Jersey construction attorney today at 1-800-362-9329 and please read a FREE copy of our informational brochure, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone.