There are some things that your New York construction employer may not tell you after you have been hurt in an accident. While your employer may mean you no harm, the information may not be readily shared with you. Our New York construction accident attorneys do not believe that your employer should have access to important information that you do not have because it simply isn't fair.
Here's the Secret
There may be quite a bit of information that your employer does not automatically share with you following an accident. However, one of the biggest secrets may be that you could be entitled to compensation even if your employer was not negligent. Additionally, you may be entitled to compensation even if you were negligent.
New York worker's compensation law is a no-fault insurance program. That means that you should be able to recover for your medical expenses and possibly a portion of your lost income and other damages regardless of whether you or your employer were negligent in causing the accident.
Call a New York Construction Accident Attorney If You've Been Hurt
If you have been injured in a recent New Jersey or New York construction accident, then it is important to find out all about your legal rights from an experienced New York construction accident lawyer who is committed to helping you. For more information, we welcome your call at 1-800-362-9329, and we invite you to read our FREE information brochure, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You're Not Alone.