Reporting Construction Injuries
Were you injured while working on a construction site in New York? You may be able to recover compensation for your injuries. Watch this video to learn about reporting construction injuries and how to properly document your construction injury.
We represent lots of victims who have been injured in construction accidents, and one of the things they ask is, should I tell my boss if I was injured in such an accident? This is actually something that’s very important to do. Whether it be the boss, or whether people who are in the supervisory positions at the worksite, it’s very important to relay your incident and what happened as best you can to the people who are working at the construction site. This will allow the superiors to document what happened.
You don’t want to have some type of thing where they can say it’s an un-witnessed accident or it’s an accident that wasn’t properly recorded, or they didn’t know anything about it. Don’t be worried when it comes to that. You let people know what happened. Ask for help. Let it be documented, so that it is something that everyone knows about moving forward.
Were you or a loved one injured in a work injury and have questions about reporting construction injuries? Contact a New York construction accident lawyer at Krause & Glassmith today for a free confidential consultation. Let our experience work for you.
Out of Town Legal Resources
The other day, a woman called our office looking for help with her husbands construction accident claim in Virginia. We practice in New York, but we found these personal injury attorneys in Vienna, VA that did a great job with their online guides and video resources. If you or someone you know is ever injured in a construction accident in New York, take a look at their online construction accident resources.