You don't want to rat out your buddy and you aren't the kind of guy who causes trouble for others. Yet, your coworker who caused your injury isn't coming forward. He isn't telling anyone what really happened at the scene of your Westchester construction accident.
Many of us drive cars every day, and actively avoid accidents, but yet we give little thought to what we would do if you were hurt in a motor vehicle crash. The same is often true for construction workers who are hurt by forklifts on Staten Island construction sites. You knew the forklifts were being used, you knew they could cause a serious accident, you knew how to avoid such accidents, and yet you were hurt anyway.
Early last month, a serious accident involving an Amtrak train and a pickup truck was reported near the International Paper Co. Mill in Ticonderoga. The train allegedly collided with the truck at a railroad crossing on the afternoon of Wednesday February 5, 2014.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. As local and national organizations work to raise awareness about brain injuries, we should alwo work to raise awareness about protecting the fair legal and financial recoveries for brain injury victims.
Peace of mind may be something that has been difficult, or impossible, to achieve since your work on a Hoboken construction site resulted in the loss of your leg. It can be hard to be at peace if you can't work, you can't enjoy your regular activities, you are in pain, and you can't take care of yourself.