Serious injuries on a construction site can change your life
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Serious injuries on a construction site can change your life

On Behalf of | Nov 2, 2020 | Workers compensation

Perhaps you believe you have a good relationship with your employer, and that may be true. However, when you suffer serious injuries on a construction site, you may see a different side of the company you have loyally served. While you face an arduous recovery and potentially life changing aftereffects, your employer and the insurance company may be undermining your efforts to obtain the benefits you need and deserve.

You may have expected to simply file a claim and receive what you need in order to pay for your medical and medical-related expenses and a portion of your income to help you through the recovery process. However, this situation can quickly become complex, frustrating and stressful. The unfortunate truth is that insurance companies are in business to make a profit and paying out claims on serious injuries does not help the bottom line. Therefore, you could encounter resistance in your pursuit of rightfully earned benefits.

Making matters worse is the fact that there is often a number of different parties involved in a construction job. When dealing with contractors, subcontractors and others, it can be challenging to pinpoint from whom you should seek workers’ compensation benefits. You could find yourself attempting to wade through all of these issues and more when you should be focusing on your recovery.

Getting your life back on track often takes a team effort. For these and other reasons, it would most likely be in your best interests to work with an experienced and compassionate attorney who has helped numerous other individuals like you who suffered serious injuries on a construction site. With an advocate on your side who will aggressively defend your rights and interests, you maty feel you have the freedom to focus on your physical and mental health during this trying time in your life.