Three Ways Your Family Can Help after a New Jersey Construction Accident
You’ve always been independent. You do not rely on your spouse, your parents, or your children for much, and you do not want that to change after your construction accident. You do not want to be a burden, and you don’t have to be. However, there are some ways that your family can help you during this difficult time, without making sacrifices themselves.
Three Things You Should Ask Your Family to Do, Even if You Don’t Want to
It is important to talk to your family. You are all in this together. They love you and want you to recover physically—and together, you need to recover financially. Accordingly, it is important to ask your family to:
- Avoid putting anything about you on Facebook. This includes photos, status updates, and other information. Anything you put on Facebook, or other social media sites, could affect your potential recovery.
- Help you get to the doctor or other appointments. You may not be able to drive yourself, and you may need ongoing medical care or rehabilitation therapy.
- Distract you. You may want to hear more about their lives, watch a game together, or otherwise be distracted from your own pain and problems.
It is important to remember that you are not a burden, but rather a valued member of the family.
Call a New Jersey Construction Accident Lawyer for Help with Your Recovery
You and your family do not have to handle your recovery on your own. You have the right to contact an experienced New Jersey construction lawyer for help. For more information, please call us today at 800-362-9329, and please read our FREE brochure, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone.
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