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What to Do While Stuck at Home After a New Jersey Construction Accident

You are a construction worker. You are used to being active and on the go. You are not used to spending your days at home. What are you supposed to do with your time? You know that you need to recover and follow your doctor's orders, but this time at home can be maddening.

The Evidence You Can Still Get After Everything Else Is Up in Smoke

You had one thing on your mind as you exited your burning apartment building and got emergency medical treatment for burns and smoke inhalation-survival. In the days and weeks following the fire, your thoughts are still on survival. You may no longer be in imminent danger, but you are still recovering from your injuries. You are still unable to work, you are still getting medical treatment, and you are still worried about the financial implications of your injuries. If you decide to sue the owners of the building, how can you gather evidence of his guilt?

Will the Worst Moment of Your NY Construction Career Ruin Your Life?

Your construction injury may only have occurred a few days or a few weeks ago, but you may already be seeing signs that your future is going to be different. Already, your friends, family and colleagues seem to have forgotten everything that you accomplished in your career and instead seem focused on the day of your accident.

What to Do in the First 24 Hours After a New York Construction Injury

This isn't the way you anticipated the day going. You had other plans. However, it is impossible to anticipate an accident to occur on your New York construction site and result in your injury. Your plans have changed. Whatever you were going to do will likely be postponed, as you tend to your immediate post-accident needs.

Fighting To Protect What Matters Most

You are not the only one who suffers after a serious accident. Crushing medical bills and lost wages can be devastating to your family for years.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Speak To An Attorney, Get Help.