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What are your rights as an injured construction worker?

Construction is a dangerous job, but the inherent risks that come with this job do not preclude injured workers from a full and fair recovery. After an accident on a construction site, it can be beneficial for an injured Nebraska or Iowa worker to seek legal help in order to secure compensation from all available sources.

Any individual injured on a job site has the right to seek workers' compensation benefits to cover financial losses, but it can be complicated to effectively navigate the claims process. With assistance, a worker can secure the recovery that he or she deserves.

Jobsite accidents and your workers' compensation benefits

There are many reasons why accidents happen on construction sites. In addition to human error, some of the most common incidents include:

  • Falls from a height
  • Unstable scaffolding
  • Electrocution from dangerous tools
  • Heavy machinery malfunctions
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Company vehicle collisions
  • Ignored safety hazards

An accident on a construction site can lead to a costly hospital stay and other expenses. Through workers' compensation benefits, you may be able to secure money to cover your accident-related expenses, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Therapy and rehabilitation
  • Lost wages
  • Vocational retraining

It can be difficult to secure the money that you deserve, and your employer may deny or delay your claim. The insurance company does not have your best interests in mind, but your lawyer can aggressively pursue the compensation to which you have a rightful claim. You can benefit from this support at any point in the process, even before you file the initial claim.

A construction accident attorney to protect your rights

In some cases, it may be appropriate to seek compensation from a third party after a job site accident. If defective machinery or an accident while driving a company vehicle was the cause of your injury, it is beneficial to explore all sources of compensation available to you. Your lawyer can determine if you should file a civil claim in addition to your workers' compensation claim.

From aggressively advocating for your interests in court to helping you complete your workers' compensation claim, your lawyer can provide guidance and support during this difficult time. A construction accident can change your life, but you do not have to face the aftermath alone.

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