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.
Trying to find peace may be the most important thing that you do after your construction amputation accident. To that end, you might consider:
- Getting the best possible medical and rehabilitation care. Doctors will be able to help you control your pain and prevent infection or other complications. At the same time, rehabilitation therapists may be able to help you maximize your independence.
- Understanding your financial recovery. This will help you plan for the future and might put your mind at ease.
- Planning for the future. Hoboken construction work may not be in your future, but there might be other work, or hobbies, that you can pursue.
Additionally, it is important to let those who love you help you during this difficult time.
Can you help other Hoboken construction workers?
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