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Long Island Construction Accident Lawyer

When you’re hurt in a construction accident, you could face serious injuries and expenses that keep piling up. Fortunately, an attorney from Long Island can help you get the compensation you deserve and help you work to get a full recovery.

There are plenty of ways for construction workers to get hurt, no matter how well their employers stick to safety regulations. Unfortunately, it can be tough to recover from these overwhelming injuries. You’re hurt, and it can be tough to determine where to start in seeking compensation.

Fortunately, that’s where a Long Island construction accident lawyer can help. At Jaghab, Jaghab & Jaghab, PC, we understand how severe your injuries are, and we’ll help you fight back.

Common Construction Accident Injuries

When you’re injured in a construction accident, it can be dire. You’re dealing with heavy machinery, dizzying heights, and in some cases, inattentive drivers. Unfortunately, that leads to many accidents that leave Long Island workers like you injured and suffering.

Those damages can add up quickly, leaving you struggling with hefty expenses and no chance of returning to work anytime soon. You’ll need compensation to keep yourself and your family afloat. That’s why it’s so important to contact a construction accident lawyer as soon as possible—you could face serious consequences because someone else left you injured.

The following injuries are some of the common work-related problems we can help you with:

Types of Construction Accidents

Construction sites are dangerous—there’s no getting around it. Many types of construction-related accidents can cause injuries, such as the following:

If you were injured in any of the above kinds of construction accidents on Long Island, or any other kind of construction accident, call our team of experienced attorneys.

Workers Comp or Personal Injury Claim?

When you’re injured on the job, one of your first steps may be determining who is responsible for your injuries. Your claim type may depend on the circumstances of your accident.

In many cases, you’ll be eligible for a workers comp claim. New York employees are typically eligible for workers comp benefits that cover them in case of an accident. If you were injured on the job, you’re likely able to file for work comp benefits.

However, not every case is so simple. You may be ineligible for workers comp, or there may be special circumstances to your accident that disqualify you from workers comp. For example, you may have been injured by a third party that’s responsible for your injuries. If you’re not sure what type of claim you’re facing, contact a New York attorney who can guide you through your claim.

Contact a Long Island Attorney after a Construction Accident

When you’ve suffered through a construction accident, your compensation is vital to your recovery. Unfortunately, finding who’s responsible for covering your accident-related expenses isn’t always easy. You may need help finding the person financially liable for your suffering.

Because that can be difficult, don’t seek it alone. Instead, reach out to a lawyer from Jaghab, Jaghab & Jaghab, PC for help. Our attorneys can help you understand your claim, find the responsible party, and fight back for your compensation.

Ready to take action? Seek out our firm for a free consultation, where we’ll discuss your claim and what we can do to help. Give us a call at 516-747-8830 or fill out the online form below.


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